An On-Grid solution is connected to the public electricity grid. This means that any excess energy produced by the system is fed to the grid, and now with the inclusion of ‘Net-Metering’, I as a consumer receive compensation for the excess electricity they generate. I get my compensation from Elvia.

The layout on my garage:

  • 24 x Jinko Solar JKM395M-54HL4-B (1.72 m x 1.13 m)
  • 1 x Solis Inv 10kW 3 fas IT_4G
  • 1 x Solis PLUGIN WIFI stick
  • 24 x Alu skinne SORT 2200
  • 16 x Skinne skjøt
  • 88 x Shingel, monteringskit 4 Horisontal
  • 56 x Klemmer Ende/Mellom 30-46 SVART
  • 5 x MC4 konnektor hann/hunn
  • 100 x Kabel for solcelle 1 x 6mmm2 sort
  • 1 x Merkeark Solcelleanlegg
  • 1 x Merkeskilt bygg
  • 1 x Endelokk sort

Specification on my solar panels:

Solar panel hardware

How to install the L’s

Example vertical installation

Example with vertical installation

The pictures below is from my garage installation which is based on a Horizontal solution.

Before installation (27 panels)

The Ls (48 on each side of the garage)

Hardware which presses the solar panel to the frame

My on-grid inverter converts solar power DC which is constantly varying and feed it into the house mains power supply (230 volt). It synchronises its output voltage and frequency to the mains power supply it is connected to. As the power of the solar increases, so does the output.

Solis 10kW 3 fas inverter

Garage east/north

The garage south

This sketch  shows the cable solution

No use of electricity in day time