Photovoltaics (PV) is the conversion of light into electricity using semiconducting materials. Your most common PV Panels are monocrystalline and polycrystalline.
Photovoltaic (PV) modules typically come with 20-25 year warranties that guarantee that the panels will produce at least 80% of the rated power after 25 years of use. The general rule of thumb is that panels will degrade by about 0.8% each year
It depends on your needs. The best way is to take your current account and configuration/usage and forward it to us. We can then evaluate your potential savings going forward.
No additional cost after installation. There will be additional cost should maintenance be required or in the case of expanding your system
Minimal maintenance is needed on PV Panels but it is good practice to do a visual inspection at least twice a year. Your panels can be cleaned once a year or as required to optimize your systems performance.
Theoretically it is possible but the de- and remounting costs will make it financially unviable.
For a grid tied system not but for a hybrid or off grid system you can.
To be able to store electricity produced via the PV system you would be required to install a battery system.
Yes it does but overcast weather does reduce the production of power.