Thin film panels are less affected by shading than conventional crystalline panels, and give a higher output in low light levels. These panels were connected to a Power One inverter, which also starts up at low light levels, to maximise the possible output.
The homeowners wanted to maximise the use of their generated electricity, so Energy Jump suggested an ImmerSUN switch. This measures the amounts of electricity being generated and used within the house, and diverts any additional power into an immersion heater. This means electricity which would have been exported to the grid, can now be used to provide free hot water for the household.
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