Hybrid Solar

Hybrid Solar System

Hybrid Solar

Intel Power’s hybrid solar service, is available in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam. Our Hybrid Solar combines solar energy with regular electricity, giving you a reliable and eco-friendly power solution. With our expert installation and support, you can enjoy efficient and sustainable energy without any hassle.


How Do Hybrid Solar Systems Work?

Hybrid solar systems are quite similar to common grid-tie solar systems, but there’s one difference: they use hybrid batteries and inverters for storing energy. Hence, these systems have a backup power supply that comes in pretty handy during blackouts. You can think of this as a UPS system.

These solar systems are called hybrids because they involve a combination of batteries and solar interacting with the electricity grid.



A lot of people are confused about how to use these hybrid solar systems. Furthermore, the high cost of hybrid inverters is bound to scare many. However, solar systems are the future. And by adapting to this technology at the right time, you can save quite a lot!

If you want to ensure that you make the most of what solar systems offer, contact us we are here for you! Put worries related to energy bills at rest with our assistance!



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