RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SOLUTIONS
Panels are designed to absorb the sun's rays as a source of energy to generate electricity.
Panels carried by Centrix are built specially for your needs to maximize savings and minimize cost.
SOLAR STREET LAMPS
Light sources which are powered by photovoltaic panels generally mounted on the lighting structure or integrated in the pole itself.
May be implemented in local barangays, subdivisions or big cities. Solar street lamps may also be installed individually in homes and commercial structures.
Converts the variable direct current (DC) output of a photovoltaic (PV) solar panel into a utility frequency alternating current (AC) that can be fed into a commercial electrical grid or used by a local, off-grid electrical network.
Device used for Off-Grid and Hybrid systems which stores converted electricity from solar energy to be used during night or when local electricity grid is not available.
Frequently asked questions
The solar panels that are installed on the roof of a house capture energy from the sun. They capture this energy and pass it on to the inverter which converts the energy to the electricity used to power appliances.
Solar power does not only give you electricity for your homes and savings on your bills but it is also:
- clean energy
- a completely renewable source of energy
- requires little maintenance
Contrary to what most people believe, solar panels still generate energy during cloudy or rainy days.
However, the amount of power your solar energy system can generate is dependent on the amount of sun light. As a result, your solar panels will produce slightly less energy when the weather is cloudy, and no energy at night.
In general, solar panels are very durable and capable of withstanding snow, wind, and hail. The various components of your solar power system will need to be replaced at different times, but your system should continue to generate electricity for 25 to 35 years.
Centrix will help you assess your requirement. But you may do initial assessment by looking into your energy consumption monthly as displayed in your electricity bill.
Take note of the following:
1. Amount you are paying
2. kWp consumption per month