Clover Energy Systems recently completed a solar installation project for a residential property, aiming to maximize energy efficiency and reduce reliance on the traditional power grid. The installation included high-performance solar panels, a hybrid inverter, battery storage, and a hot water diverter. This case study examines the key components and positive outcomes of this solar installation.
We installed a 5.53kW solar power system comprising 14 Q.PEAK DUO BLK M-G11+ 395 solar panels, a GivEnergy 3.6kW Gen2 Hybrid inverter, two GivEnergy 5.2kWh batteries, and an Eddi diverter for hot water. This setup aimed to generate clean energy, enhance self-sufficiency, and optimize energy usage.
The installation yielded impressive results, including an estimated annual energy yield of 4,650kWh. The homeowners should experience significant energy savings, reduced reliance on the power grid, and long-term cost savings. Additionally, the solar installation contributes to a greener future by reducing carbon footprint and mitigating environmental impact.
Clover Energy Systems was approached by a client who had been operating a 20kW Solar PV system for the past 8 years. Due to a significant increase in their electricity demand over the last few years, the client sought to explore possibilities for enhancing the performance of their existing system.
The client’s primary requirement was to increase their overall energy production to meet the rising electricity demand. They were interested in finding a solution that would be cost-effective, reliable, and environmentally friendly.
We installed a 70kW PV array, featuring 184x Q-Cell MG11+ PV panels known for their durability and high performance. Two Solis 3Phase Inverters were integrated to convert the generated DC power to AC power with advanced technology, ensuring optimal energy conversion. Additionally, a Solis Export Manager was incorporated to manage excess energy, facilitating seamless grid integration and optimizing energy utilization.