Residential Solar Power
Home solar power system can make better use of your rooftop, apart from higher yield, KSUNsolar panels is also a kind of outdoor decoration.
Commercial / Industrial Solar Power
ROI can reach to 12%~18% with high output KSUN solar panels for large C&I rooftop.
Mounting System – Roof or Ground
A sturdy mount holds your system firmly in place and protects the components.
Roof mounts tend to cost less because they use your existing roof structure as foundational support.
Ground mounts are more versatile: you can build them anywhere on your property, and point your panels directly at the sun so they operate at peak output.
Roof-mounted systems do not include the flashings or clamps required to attach the racking to your roof. Your roofing material will dictate what type of fasteners you will need:
Here’s what we recommend, based on your roofing material:
Shingle Roofs: The IronRidge Flashfoot 2 is great for shingle roofs.
Metal Roofs: S-5! makes clamps that work with standing seam, corrugated and trapezoidal
Tile Roofs: Quick Mount offers tile hooks and tile replacements to match your roof design.
Ground mounts allow you to install panels anywhere on your property. The panels can be adjusted to face directly into the sun during peak hours, which ensures your system is as efficient as possible.
Adjustable pole mounts make sense if you live in an area that gets heavy snow. They can be set to a steeper tilt angle, which helps your panels shed snow in the winter. Pole mounts also raise your panels off the ground, which keeps them clear of snow banks that accumulate at ground level.
Pole mounts cost more than a fixed ground mount, but work wonders in the right situation.
On-Grid Solar Power Systems
What is the On-Grid? The Grid is an electrical Network made up of power lines, steetlights, and buildings that harness power from an energy source like a dam, nuclear plant, wind turbines, or a combination of the above. The utility company regulates the power and charges you each month to use it. If you're receiving a utility bill, you're connected to the grid.
The Grid-Tie system works in conjuction with your utility to supplement your power needs. During Peak Hours your extra energy produced feeds back to the grid to help reduce the load for the local community. Compensation is provided for the excess power produced during this time through Net Metering or other local plans.
• No onsite batteries needed.
• No maintenance required
• Great return on investment (ROI)
• Increase the value of your home/property
• Requires less upfront money
• Great local and federal tax incentives
• If the grid goes down, so does your power.
• You are not completely independent from the grid.