All these installations were done and are located in Europe and are an example of the types of intallations that we plan to introduce in the United States. We are looking for business partners in the U.S. If interested, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@soliclima.com

Solar power Facilities

Solar power in Los Angeles

Solar power in os Angeles, California Here we show some of the components of a solar photovoltaic installation.

Photovoltaic energy in Miami

Photovoltaic and wind hybrid system in Miami, Florida Hybrid photovoltaic system powered by solar and wind energy. There are 6, 100 Wp photovoltaic plates, combined with a 400 Wp wind turbine.

Solar powered lights

Solar powered lights in California As we can see, solar power is not only used, to supply electricity to a home or sell it to the electric company. There are also other smaller applications, but, equally useful.

Rural electrification

Photovoltaic energy installation for an isolated dwelling in Florida What constitutes a photovoltaic system for a rural home?

Solar pumping

Solar pumping in Kansas Some farmers find themselves without electricity where they have their crops or their water intakes for irrigation, therefore, they need a generator to pump the water, but, there are other options.

Rural electricity supply

Solar photovoltaic installation in a home isolated from the grid in New Mexico 5 photovoltaic plates of 160 Wp each, were installed in a house without connection to the grid, to generate electricity. The installation also includes a solar regulator and stationary 24 V batteries, to accumulate the energy.

Photovoltaic energy in Arizona

PV installation in an isolated home, lived in year-round, in Arizona A photovoltaic system was requested for a home isolated from the grid, to feed the power consumption of the dwelling. With that in mind, 8 photovoltaic plates of 150 Wp each were installed in a field next to the house, in addition to a solar regulator, batteries and an inverter. The installed capacity is 1.2 kWp for an average consumption of 4.2 kW /day.

Rural electrification in Colorado

Installation for a single family home lived in year-round in Colorado. Rural electrification Autonomous photovoltaic system for daily use in single-family home with 10 plates of 125 W each, a solar regulator, 2 batteries of 12 V, a 2200 W inverter and a 8.6 kVA generator .

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Solar power Los Angeles, California
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Solar power in Los Angeles

Solar power in os Angeles, California

Here we show some of the components of a solar photovoltaic installation.

A Solar power installation for a household needs of several different components to work properly:

Photovoltaic panels or modules.
Ondulator, inverter or converter. The three terms are synonymous. Photovoltaic plates produces DC electricity, whereas our appliances and lighting use AC. This device is responsible for reversing or converting the current.
Regulator: it regulates the entry of electricity in the batteries to prevent overcharging.
Batteries: they function similarly to a car battery. They are necessary to be able to use electricity when needed.
Generator: if we use solar energy, we are at the mercy of the weather conditions and, sometimes, there is a need for auxiliary power sources to ensure supply.

In this installation we can see:

In the first five pictures we see the panels and their supports.
In the sixth picture: the green device that is hardly seen in the photograph, is a battery charger. The black one in the center, is the regulator and the white box on the right, is the invertor. The connections at the bottom are protections.
In the seventh image we see an enlarged image of one of the protections.
In the eighth and ninth pictures: the invertor and its interior.
In the tenth and eleventh, t he generator.
In the twelfth, we see the batteries and the last one, shows the ventilation system of the small house.