One of the biggest advantages of going solar personally is being able to monitor the operation of your solar PV installation. With a variety of analysis and performance tools, you can keep an eye on a wide range of metrics and analyze them in real-time.

How much electricity does your solar panel system currently produce, daily, or annually?

What volume of electricity is used in your home?

What proportion of the energy is sent to the grid?

Do you have an integrated battery bank? The battery must be completely charged. Can you currently utilize it in your house?

Being able to observe the energy cycles in your home gives you control over them. Gaining more independence and maximizing your electricity bill savings are both possible as you learn to monitor, control, and cut your consumption.

Numerous of our solar inverters already include built-in monitoring systems. These have a tonne of fantastic features and are easy to use.


Using an energy audit as a tool, we can see how our customers use their energy. To install smart meters and gather usage information, a TGR specialist will come to your house. Over the coming weeks, we will evaluate the data to find inefficiencies and recommend energy-saving tactics.

This can entail installing a solar or hot water system or upgrading to LED lights. TGR can also suggest the ideal size and type based on your unique circumstances.

You might benefit most from a hybrid solar system that combines a battery bank and solar panels. This enables you to power your home during times when electricity is most expensive to buy by using the electricity that is stored in your battery bank.

Additionally, if you are in a region with a generous feed-in tariff, your solar system may be able to generate enough power for yourself while still exporting any excess to the grid.

We use energy audits as part of our consulting process to help us figure out how to reduce our clients' electricity consumption and expenses.