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  2. Types of PV Systems  The three most common types of photovoltaic systems for residential solar power are...  Stand-Alone PV System  Grid-Tied PV System  Grid-Tied PV System with Battery Backup
  3. Stand Alone PV System Figure 3 Figure 3:
  4. Stand Alone PV System-Advantages  Stand-alone PV systems are designed to operate independently from the grid and to provide all of the electricity you need for your home.  If you have a home that is in a remote area that doesn't have utility grid service or where it would be very costly to have power lines run to your home, a stand-alone PV system would be ideal.  This type of PV system is also desirable if you are looking to go completely green with your source of electricity.
  5. Grid Tied PV System Figure 4 Figure4:
  6. A grid-tied PV system-Operation  A grid-tied PV system allows you to use the electricity generated by your PV system as well as electricity from the grid.  When your PV system is producing electricity, your home will be powered by solar electricity. During the times when your PV system isn't producing electricity, such as at night, your home will receive power from the grid.  Any excess electricity produced by your system can be fed back to the grid. This is known as net-metering.  With net-metering, when you use electricity from the grid your meter spins forward and when you are providing electricity to the grid your meter spins backwards.  This offset means you are actually receiving market rates for the electricity you provide to the grid
  7. Grid Tied PV System with Battery Storage Figure 5 Figure5:
  8. Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems
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  11. Reference  system.html  Mukund R Patel, “Wind and Solar Power Systems”, 1st Ed. CRC Press LLC, Newyork, 1999. ISBN: 0-83493-1605-7  