What to Expect with Residential Solar Power Installation from Stodad

Residential Solar Power Installation

Stodad Corporation offers Residential Off-Grid Solar Power Systems engineered and prepackaged in four sizes – 3kVA, 6kVA, 9kVA, and 12kVA. If you decide, after reading our February blog, to invest in solar power for your home, you may contact us for additional support. An Off-Grid solar power system is not connected to the grid, so it requires deep cycle, gel cell solar battery energy storage for nighttime use. The choice of the correct size for your home will be determined and recommended by our company from a load analysis of your home and your lifestyle preferences. Site survey and analysis of your property is a free service provided by our company.

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12 Questions to Ask When Installing a Residential Solar Power System

Solar power system - Panels on Roof

Investing in an off-grid residential solar power system is not a decision that should be made lightly. As with any major purchase, it’s important to do your due diligence, both to protect your investment and to make sure you aren’t being saddled with faulty equipment.

Just be sure you’re getting your equipment from an appropriate source: an engineer or solar company who can work with you from the conceptual stage to the final installation. Continue reading “12 Questions to Ask When Installing a Residential Solar Power System”

Solar Power Generation in Nigeria is Possible

Solar Power Generation in Nigeria

Here in the United States, continuous, reliable electrical power is something we take for granted.

But in Nigeria and many parts of Africa, the idea of a continuous power supply is nothing more than an elusive dream.

We should know. Many of Stodad’s directors grew up in Nigeria – and even attended the same high school there – before coming to the U.S. for their higher education.

The electrical supply in Nigeria is often so undependable that many homes and businesses often have to rely on a diesel generator to power their homes. They’re the power supply lifeline for the rich and the poor, for high-rise apartments and marketplaces, for banks, hotels, hospitals, schools and virtually any human activity in Nigeria. Continue reading “Solar Power Generation in Nigeria is Possible”