Stand-alone solar system: Stand-alone solar system is also called off-grid solar system, which refers to a solar power generation system that does not depend on the grid at all. Such systems usually use solar panels to directly convert sunlight into electrical energy, and store the electrical energy through battery energy storage devices to meet household or industrial electricity needs.
Grid-connected solar system: Grid-connected solar system is also called grid-connected solar system, which refers to connecting the electrical energy output of the solar power generation system to the public grid. Because it allows energy to be delivered to the grid, it can alleviate energy demand at night or during low-light hours by selling surplus electricity.
Water heater type solar system: The water heater type solar system is a solar power generation system that uses solar energy to collect heat and heat water. Such systems usually consist of solar panels, water tanks, water heaters, etc., and are suitable for occasions such as domestic hot water supply.
Reactive power compensation solar system: Reactive power compensation solar system refers to a solar power generation system that uses a solar power generation system to regulate the voltage and reactive power of the power grid to maintain the stability of the power grid. This type of power generation system plays an important role in the power system.