There is a whole set of things to account for in order to determine the final price, say the type of solar system, then the position and distance of the object, the type of roof, the need for the grid and construction…
If we assume that we determined how much electricity is spent in the house, it is still necessary to select a type of solar system. Solar panels are used for the production of electricity, which can be connected to a stand-alone system or a network-connected system. The prices of stand-alone systems are higher because these systems use solar batteries to store energy.
The difference between these two systems is that the autonomous systems are completely independent and have absolutely nothing to do with the distribution, while the network systems connect to the electricity distribution network and use it to “store” energy. Therefore, for the installation and operation of a network-connected system, you need to be connected to the power distribution network, and you will continue to receive an electricity bill, only that it will be reduced because you will use solar panels for some or for all of your needs.
But which one is for you?
Now you’re probably wondering which system is right for you? If you are already connected to a power distribution network then your network connected solar system is certainly more profitable, if you are not connected to the electricity distribution network then you should consider installing a standalone system. Also important is the amount for which you want to reduce your electricity bill, so you have an option to reduce the part of the account, or to reduce all of it. You can also start with a smaller system and later expand it. The final price depends on your wishes, but if you are not sure, it may be the best to first reduce your monthly bill to a half.
Installation of a solar system
This includes the costs of the assembly itself which is individual for each object and can not be counted as fixed. So the distance of the object on which the solar system will be set determines how much the cost, in the end, will be. The type and orientation of the roof on the building depend on which construction or possible sub construction for solar panels will be used and, of course, the price depends on it. The cost of the installation itself is not large and is usually fixed. But all the other factors are specific for each household and should be negotiated directly with a company you will hire to help you install your solar system.