Project Overview

project type

Household distributed photovoltaic power station

project's venue

Adelaide, Australia

Project capacity


product type

Hi-MO 1

Technical Highlights

Household Distributed Power Project

The technical highlights of this project include the use of high-efficiency solar panels and inverters that convert the direct current (DC) output of the solar panels into the alternating current (AC) used in homes. These panels and inverters are designed to maximize the power output of the solar system, ensuring that homeowners can generate as much electricity as possible from their rooftop solar setup.

Another technical highlight of this project is the use of energy storage technology that allows homeowners to store excess energy produced by their solar panels during the day and use it later when needed. This technology ensures that homeowners can make the most of their solar power systems and reduce their reliance on grid-supplied electricity.

Project Highlights

Project Highlights

Household Distributed Power Project

This project was the first of its kind in Adelaide, showcasing the benefits of distributed rooftop solar systems. Unlike centralized solar farms, distributed systems like this are situated on individual homes and allow homeowners to generate their own power without relying on a central power plant.

The project also educated homeowners on the benefits of solar energy, providing them with information on how to best optimize their individual systems to generate the most electricity possible. This educational component was critical in ensuring that homeowners saw long-term benefits from their investments in solar technology.

Finally, the 9.9kw Distributed Rooftop Solar Project in Adelaide was highly cost-effective due to government incentives and rebates. By incentivizing homeowners to invest in renewable energy, the government was able to promote clean energy while also reducing the overall cost of rooftop solar systems.

Overall, the 9.9kw Distributed Rooftop Solar Project in Adelaide is a model example of how technical innovation and government incentives can work together to make renewable energy more accessible and cost-effective for homeowners. Through this project, homeowners in Australia (and around the world) can see that investing in rooftop solar systems is not only a responsible choice for the environment but also can save them significant money in the long run.