Grid ties solar without a permit -Payperwatt
Grid ties solar inverters required grid power as a reference power source. And under the conditions of low power requirement and high power generation. It backfeed the excess power to the grid. Solar power need permits from utility companies to backfeed this excess power. Getting a permit is time-consuming and comes with a high price too.
What is grid ties without a permit?
To backfeed the excess power generated from grid-tie solar power plants, plant owners required permits from utility companies along with the net meters. With ZED Advance solar plant owners can eliminate this surplus power generation. And enable plant owners to run grid ties solar without a permit.
Permits are required only if you are backfeeding power to the grid by any means. But if you are not backfeeding to the grid, there are no permits required from the utility company. The problem with backfeeding power to gird is that it requires the load on the generators of the power plants.
And if more and more people backfeed power to the grid the daytime load on power plants will reduce drastically.
This reduction in power demand reduces the efficiency of the generators because generators give high efficiency at peak loads. Hence utility companies control this backfeeding of power to the grid by limiting the capacity of solar power plants connected with the grid.
But you might need other permits like building and fire permits to install a grid-tie solar power plant.
How to connect ZED Advance with a grid-tied inverter?
To install ZED Advance with your grid ties solar power plant, you will need CT(,s) before the electrical coupling point of the home meter and grid. And connect this (these) CT(‘s) with the ZED Advance via multiple core cable. Also, you will require an AC power source to power ZED Advance.