Solar Calculator – the Information you need to go Solar
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    Most of us wonder and want to know that either investing for solar energy is wise or not. Many of us also don’t know how to calculate solar power… Read More
    Most of us wonder and want to know that either investing for solar energy is wise or not. Many of us also don’t know how to calculate solar power. Read Less
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Solar Calculator – the Information you need to go Solar
Most of us wonder and want to know that either investing for solar energy is wise or not. Many of us also don’t know how to calculate solar power. If you have installed a solar panel in your house, farm, and company then it is for sure that you are going to save a lot of money.  On the basis of your rooftops and electric bills, it is easy to estimate solar potential.

Introduction to Solar Calculator

With a solar calculator, it is very easy to find out the benefits and cost of going solar. You can also get the estimation about the number of batteries and the type of modules required to fulfill your monthly power needs and the amount of power a solar panel can generate for you. There are many factors that depend on your solar power generation like the area where these panels are being installed, power backups, the available area for installation and the amount of electricity you consume monthly. So just by sitting on your desk, you can easily calculate how much a solar panel will cost you and how much money you will save monthly.

Saving Money with solar Energy

Most of the people have this question that how much money we can save with a solar panel? The answer can be illustrated with a simple example. Let’s assume that your daily electricity usage is about 10 units and you have installed a 1 KW solar system on your roof. The cost of one unit of solar panel is about one hundred thousand rupees and it can last for about 25 years. So in very simple terms, this solar panel will cost you about 4000 Rs per year. With a 1KW unit, you can produce about 5 units of electricity on daily basis. So these are the precious 5 units of electricity that you will not buy from electric grid station. So in this way, you will be able to save about Rs 5500 per year. It will also cover the cost of solar panel that you have purchased.

So it is proved that solar panels are cheaper as compared to the electricity that you purchase from grid stations. They will become cheaper in coming months because the labor and administration cost will also decrease. The cost of the solar panel varies because it depends on the tax and credits that you have to pay.