Perth in Western Australia has 3200 hours of sunshine every year, and this makes it an ideal city for the installation of solar panels to produce electricity. Conventional electrical energy is generated through the use of limited resources like coal, oil and gas. The burning of these fuels also produces a lot of greenhouse gases that can act to damage the environment.
If you install solar panels Perth, you will be taking a course of action that is healthier than using oil or coal. The energy that you get from the sun is free and can power your Perth home forever. There is also no machinery or moving parts involved in this power production so that the process remains noise free and completely silent.
In Perth, it is possible to sell the power you generate from your solar panels to the electricity company that provides you with power. Most homes may remain unoccupied during the daytime and may not have the use for the power when the sun is shining. Feeding the power, you produce to the grid allows you to recoup some of the costs for the electricity that you will draw from the grid in the evenings and nights when the sun is not shining. It is also possible to get grants and subsidies for the fitting of solar panels.
You can also arrange to store the power in batteries and then use the stored power whenever you feel the need to do so. It may require installations of the batteries and other charging systems that can add to the installation costs. The power produced by solar panels is of the direct type and will need to be converted to alternating current, as most modern devices in homes use this type of power. It will require the installation of inverters along with the solar panels so that this conversion is possible.
Solar panels in Perth have to be considered a long-term investment, but costs can get recovered over time because the actual production of power is free. These panels also require almost no maintenance other than to see that the areas of the panel that are exposed to the sun are kept free of dust and other debris from tree leaves etc. You also have to ensure that your panels are fitted n locations that get the maximum exposure of the sun and do not get shaded by buildings or trees.