Solar for Home



At SREL, we are dedicated to providing affordable and reliable solar energy solutions that meet the diverse needs of our clients, including homeowners. Our home solar solutions are designed to help households reduce their reliance on the grid, lower energy costs, and contribute to a more sustainable energy future. We offer a range of solar panels and systems that can be customized to suit different home sizes, energy needs, and budget constraints. Our team of experts will work closely with homeowners to assess their energy needs, design an optimal solar system, and provide ongoing maintenance and support to ensure maximum energy efficiency and savings.

Off-Grid Solar System

Off-grid home solar solutions refer to a type of solar energy system that is designed to power a home independently of the grid. Unlike grid-tied systems that rely on the grid for backup power or to sell excess energy, off-grid systems are self-sufficient and can operate autonomously. Off-grid home solar solutions typically include solar panels, batteries, inverters, and other components that work together to generate, store, and distribute solar energy within the home. Off-grid systems are ideal for homes that are located in remote or rural areas where grid connectivity is limited or unreliable, and they offer a cost-effective, sustainable, and reliable energy source that promotes energy independence and resilience.

Net-Metering for Home

Net metering is a billing arrangement that allows homeowners with grid-tied solar systems to receive credit for the excess solar energy they generate and send back to the grid. Under net metering, the utility company tracks the amount of solar energy generated by the home’s solar panels and the amount of energy consumed by the home from the grid. If the home generates more solar energy than it consumes, the excess energy is sent back to the grid, and the homeowner receives a credit on their utility bill. This credit can be used to offset the cost of any electricity consumed from the grid when the solar panels are not generating enough energy. Net metering promotes the use of renewable energy and provides homeowners with an incentive to invest in solar energy systems.