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Types of Grid-tied solar

Grid-tied solar power inverters are electronic devices that convert the DC (direct current) power generated by solar panels into AC (alternating current) power that can be used to power appliances and other electrical devices. These inverters are an essential component of a grid-tied solar power system, which is a type of solar system that is connected to the electrical grid.


String Inverters

String inverters are a reliable and cost-effective option for solar PV systems. They offer high efficiency and scalability, making them a popular choice for residential and commercial installations alike.

  • Cist effective
  • High efficiency
  • Rekiability
  • Scalability


Hybrid inverters

Grid-tie solar systems with backup power can provide the financial and environmental benefits of a standard grid-tie system, while also providing peace of mind and energy independence in the event of a power outage or emergency.

  • Reduced energy bills
  • Energy independence
  • Net metering
  • Peace of mind



A DIY solar off-grid system can provide cost savings, energy independence, environmental benefits, low maintenance, and versatility, making it a great option for those who want to generate their own electricity and live off the grid.

  • Cost saving
  • Complete energy independence
  • Low maintenance
  • Versatility


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A custom solar PV system wather grid-tie, grid-tie with backup power or a complete off -grid systen can provide tailored, efficient, cost-effective, scalable, and integrated energy solutions to meet your specific energy needs and requirements.

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  • Scalability

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    FAQ Grid Tied Inverter 101

    What is a grid-tied solar power inverter?

    Grid-tied solar power inverters are electronic devices that convert the DC (direct current) power generated by solar panels into AC (alternating current) power that can be used to power appliances and other electrical devices. These inverters are an essential component of a grid-tied solar power system, which is a type of solar system that is connected to the electrical grid.

    Grid-tied solar power inverters have several important functions. Firstly, they convert the DC power generated by the solar panels into AC power that can be used by your home or business. Secondly, they synchronize the output of the solar panels with the frequency and voltage of the electrical grid, so that excess power can be fed back into the grid when the solar panels are producing more power than is being used. This excess power can be sold back to the utility company or used to offset the cost of electricity that you would otherwise have to purchase from the grid.

    Grid-tied solar power inverters also have safety features built in to protect against power surges and other electrical anomalies. In addition, some grid-tied solar power inverters come equipped with monitoring capabilities, allowing you to track the performance of your solar system and keep an eye on your energy usage.

    What are the advantages of a string inverter?

    String inverters offer several advantages in a solar PV system, including:

    1. Cost-effective: String inverters are typically less expensive than microinverters or power optimizers, making them a cost-effective option for solar PV systems. They are also simpler to install and maintain, which can save on installation and maintenance costs.
    2. High efficiency: String inverters are highly efficient, with conversion efficiencies typically ranging from 95% to 98%. This means that they convert most of the DC power generated by the solar panels into usable AC power.
    3. Scalability: String inverters are designed to handle multiple solar panels connected in series, which makes them highly scalable. They can be used in both small and large solar PV systems, depending on the size and power output of the inverter.
    4. Reliability: String inverters are a proven technology that has been used in solar PV systems for many years. They are reliable and have a long lifespan, typically lasting 10 to 20 years or more with proper maintenance.
    5. Monitoring: Many string inverters come equipped with monitoring capabilities, allowing you to track the performance of your solar system and keep an eye on your energy usage. This can help you to optimize your system and identify any issues that may arise.

    Overall, string inverters are a reliable and cost-effective option for solar PV systems. They offer high efficiency and scalability, making them a popular choice for residential and commercial installations alike.

    Where should a string inverter be located?

    Almost all solar inverters are fully weather-rated and can be safely installed outside. However, like any electrical equipment, solar inverters should be installed in a protected or shaded location to avoid extreme weather and large variations in temperature, which can reduce performance and lifespan.

    The life of a solar inverter will be significantly increased by locating it inside a garage, under a carport and out of direct sunlight. Most importantly, locations exposed to the hot afternoon sun should always be avoided. If direct sunlight cannot be avoided, a protective sun cover will help prolong the life of the inverter.

    Solar panels can also develop problems or suffer from excessive degradation over time, resulting in poor performance. However, unlike a faulty inverter, degradation of solar panels will generally not result in a complete system shutdown; that being said, we recommend using only reputable solar panel brands from a reliable installer. With this in mind, it is worthwhile to pay the additional cost for a quality inverter brand that has been in good business standing for at least five years.

    Which are the best residential grid-tied string inverters?

    We tried to collect for you all the Tier 1, basically the best inverters in 2023 and possibly in 2024 as well for home solar installation in EU and the UK. Below we examine the best residential solar ‘string’ inverters for 2023 (single-phase) in more detail, based on quality, features, monitoring, warranty, service, and feedback from solar installers and industry professionals. Additionally, we describe several popular inverter brands highly regarded by many solar installers in the runners-up section below.

    1. Fronius

    Fronius Inverters have maintained the top spot for much of the last eight years, ever since the release of the innovative snap-in design in 2012. These Austrian manufactured inverters have become the inverter of choice for many domestic and commercial solar installations due to their proven performance and reliability, plus the excellent service from the Fronius support team. However, the high demand for the popular single-phase Fronius Primo inverters used for residential installations has resulted in some supply issues, and some minor faults have been reported. Still, overall feedback is very positive, and any problems have been promptly corrected. The base warranty is 5 years, and an additional five years extended warranty is available when the inverter is registered online, which gives a full 10-year warranty.

    Active cooling system of Fronius grid-tied inverter

    One of the reasons for Fronius’s reliability and performance is due to the ‘active cooling’ system incorporated into all Fronius snap-in inverters. Active cooling is also a key design feature in the new generation Fronius GEN24 hybrid inverters released in 2021. The fan-forced cooling system extracts heat at a higher rate which reduces thermal stress and can increase power output in high ambient temperatures. All power electronics have a maximum operating temperature, after which the power needs to be reduced to prevent overheating and potential damage. This is where active cooling can help improve both reliability and performance. Other features include the integrated DC isolator, and the unique snap-in design makes servicing and installation very simple.

    The larger capacity Fronius 3-phase Symo and ECO inverters are regarded as some of the best small commercial inverters (up to 30kW) and have dominated the market due to their high quality and proven reliability.

    System Monitoring for Fronius inverter

    Wifi monitoring comes standard with all grid-tied inverters via the Fronius Solarweb. The addition of the relatively expensive Fronius Smart meter enables monitoring of energy generation and consumption and can be used as a complete home energy monitoring system. The Fronius Solarweb app is an easy-to-use app that displays solar generation, consumption and estimated savings. The analysis section offers detailed operating statistics like string current and grid voltage. However, only 3 days of consumption monitoring data can be accessed without a premium subscription to the Fronius Solarweb. The premium upgrade offers some useful features but considering most competing platforms offer free usage and generation history, this is a little disappointing.

    Download the Fronius Primo Inverter datasheet, or the Primo GEN24 datasheet

    2. Huawei

    Chinese communications giant Huawei stormed into the residential solar market in 2018 with a compact, lightweight solar inverter packed with features. Due to the huge volume of commercial & utility-scale inverters sold globally, Huawei is one of the world’s largest solar inverter manufacturers and has invested billions into research and development over the last decade.

    The first generation residential inverter from Huawei was the SUN2000L, available in sizes from 2kW to 5kW, while the updated version was released in 2020. Like the first version, the new SUN2000L1 inverter also functions as a hybrid inverter but works with the more powerful SUN2000-450W-P optimizers and the impressive Huawei LUNA2000 battery system. The inverter is in some ways similar to the SolarEdge HD wave inverter, which uses optimisers for individual panel optimisation, much like micro inverters. However, unlike the HD wave, the Huawei inverters can function with or without optimisers. As a hybrid system, the Huawei inverter uses a built-in ‘high voltage’ DC-coupling battery interface compatible with the LG RESU-H battery and Huawei LUNA2000 battery.

    The new optional backup box works with either the LG RESU HV or the new Huawei battery and features a 5kW backup power rating which is more than enough for essential loads.

    For more information, see the complete Huawei inverter and LUNA2000 battery review.

    System Monitoring for Huawei inverter

    The latest FusionSolar app and online monitoring portal is much better than the previous FusionHome app and offers an easy-to-read interface and many more advanced monitoring and data-logging features. The updated FusionSolar app is also used for inverter setup and direct connection via a local wifi network.

    Download the Huawei SUN2000-L1 inverter datasheet.

    3. SolarEdge

    SolarEdge inverters have become increasingly popular in Australia, the USA and around the world over the last few years due to the unique design using DC optimisers which enables individual solar panel level power optimisation and control.

    The compact SolarEdge HD wave (SE-H series) inverters are available in a wide range of sizes from 2.5kW to 10kW. All Solaredge inverters must be installed with an additional DC optimiser fitted to each panel. The optimisers add to the cost and perform part of the job of a typical string inverter but have several benefits, including panel-level monitoring and power optimisation.

    DC optimisers for solar panels

    Solaredge DC Optimisers are small electronic modules attached to the rear side of each solar panel which enable each panel to operate at its maximum power level. Note panel-level optimisation is not unique to SolarEdge as similar benefits can also be obtained through the use of microinverters, plus some add-on power optimisers such as those from Tigo Energy.

    Solaredge Optimisers enable longer strings of panels (up to 22 modules), offer rapid shutdown for increased safety, help reduce the losses from shading, and can provide early detection of potential issues. However, optimisers also increase the system’s complexity, and any electronic device mounted on the roof can potentially cause problems in the longer term, especially in extreme or very humid climates. SolarEdge also has an extended 12-year warranty period.

    System Monitoring for SolarEdge

    SolarEdge grid-tied inverters have ‘optional’ wifi which together with the optimisers can provide power output data for each panel individually. This is great for both system monitoring and a very good tool for fault detection, especially for installers. Also SolarEdge definitely have one of the best smart phone apps for remote system monitoring. See the full SolarEdge monitoring system and features here.

    Download the detailed SolarEdge Solar Inverter datasheet.

    4. SMA

    German manufacturer SMA Solar Technologies was widely regarded as the best string inverter manufacturer before the Fronius snap-in series took the top spot in 2016. However, the new Sunny boy AV series regained a lot of market share after SMA relocated all manufacturing back to Germany in 2019. SMA inverters have a proven track record for reliability and are generally considered one of the highest-quality inverters available. Local service and support are excellent, and SMA provides an optional 10 to 20-year extended warranty.

    All 3-phase SMA inverters are manufactured in Germany, and the Sunny Tripower Core series are regarded as some of the best commercial inverters on the market. SMA has also cemented its place as one of the industry leaders in the utility-scale solar inverter market with the impressive Sunny Highpower and Sunny island central inverters.

    Like most new inverters, the AV inverter series from SMA does not have a display and relies solely on Wifi communication for setup and monitoring. Display-less inverters have become more common as a digital display in an outdoor environment can fail over time. The display-less design may reduce faults and warranty issues long-term, but only if wifi communication is reliable and stable.

    System Monitoring for SMA

    SMA has a free online monitoring package called the Sunny portal, and most SMA inverters now come with Wifi webconnect capability as standard. Full consumption and solar monitoring are achieved using the rather expensive additional Sunny home manager 2.0 energy meter. The only major downfall was the SMA mobile app which looked very dated and received poor feedback, particularly the Android App version. However, the new SMA Energy App appears to have addressed many of the issues, along with the SMA 360° App which makes it easier for installers during setup and commissioning.

    Download the SMA Sunny Boy Inverter datasheet.

    5. Sungrow

    Founded in 1997 by a university professor, Sungrow is one of the largest suppliers of solar inverters globally and a leading Chinese inverter manufacturer. The residential SG range of inverters have become very popular among installers due to the competitive price and great reliability record. Sungrow is a very large player internationally and has a good reputation for service and quality. The excellent support from the Sydney based office in Australia has further helped improve their reputation.

    In addition to the well-regarded range of solar inverters, Sungrow also manufactures some of the best-value hybrid solar inverters on the market. The now slightly dated SHK5-30 is a very affordable hybrid inverter for home energy storage systems, and the impressive new range of SH-RS hybrid inverters, shown opposite, are designed to be paired with the next-generation cost-effective, high-voltage battery storage system from Sungrow.

    The SG Premium solar grid-tied inverters and SH5K-30 hybrid have received excellent feedback, are great value for money, and are backed by an extended 10-year warranty. Sungrow has also recently launched a new SG-RS series of string solar inverters, replacing the outgoing SG premium series. The SG-RS is based on the same architecture as the SH-RS hybrid and also features the smart PID recovery function that reduces or eliminates the problem of potential induced degradation (PID) in solar panels, plus an IV curve scan which helps determine if the solar panels have any faults.

    System Monitoring for Sungrow inverters

    Sungrow grid-tied inverters include Wifi monitoring as standard on all models and use the new cloud-based monitoring portal iSolarCloud which is very good and now features remote firmware upgrades. The free smartphone App is also very simple and works well. One small issue is the consumption monitoring has been noted to be problematic but we believe this has now been corrected.

    Link to the Global Sungrow website here.

    6. GoodWe

    GoodWe, established in 2010, is a large, well-known Chinese inverter manufacturer that offers a vast range of cost-effective solar and hybrid inverters. The older DNS series was a very cost-effective inverter with a good MPPT voltage range, LCD display, and has had great feedback from installers. The new DNS-G3 series, released in 2023, is built on the same platform but now features a much higher input current rating, wider MPPT operating window, and a very low 50V startup voltage.

    It’s worth mentioning Global electronics Giant GE has partnered with Goodwe to produce a range of high-performance solar inverters based on the 5 to 10kW Goodwe MS series inverter platform with up to four independent MPPTs. Plus, a unique 3 to 5kW inverter featuring a high-resolution OLED display.

    Regarding energy storage, Goodwe offers numerous AC and DC-coupled hybrid inverters and recently launched a range of battery systems. The ES series hybrid inverter is a standout product from Goodwe and is well-regarded in the industry. Many manufacturers incorporate this simple yet powerful hybrid platform into various battery energy storage systems (ESS). All Goodwe inverters include Wifi monitoring as standard. The warranty on the DNS series is ten years, with options to extend up to 25 years. The Goodwe SEMS system monitoring portal is a great, detailed platform for monitoring PV and energy storage systems.

    Download the Goodwe DNS solar inverter datasheet.

    7. ABB FIMER

    FIMER is a well established Italian based inverter manufacturer that took over ABB’s solar division in early 2020. The company is in the process of revamping many of the ABB style inverters and is expanding its range of high-quality string solar inverters for residential, commercial and utility-scale applications.

    With the FIMER takeover and positive feedback on the new range of UNO-TL and UNO-TL-DM-PLUS inverters, it’s likely FIMER will maintain and built a strong market position going forward. One of the highlights of the UNO series is the ability to accept parallel strings of panels with a very high 32A MPPT input current rating on of the two MPPTs, meaning it can handle a total of three individual strings of panels at different orientations.

    The UNO range of inverters have a common plug & play interface and wifi included in all models. To compete in the growing energy storage market, the second generation REACT 2 hybrid inverters from FIMER are a unique modular battery energy storage system (BESS) that can be either AC or DC coupled.

    System Monitoring for Fimer inverter

    The new FIMER Spa App and Energy Viewer monitoring platform is a big improvement and offers more detailed information when used with an energy meter. However, it is still limited and doesn’t provide a lot of technical data such as individual string generation or voltages, which helps with panel monitoring and troubleshooting. A Wifi logger card (VSN300) can also be installed on all older UNO and TRIO (3-phase) inverters to enable monitoring.

    Download the full FIMER Solar Inverter specifications – UNO, UNO-DM-PLUS

    8. Delta

    Delta is generally regarded by solar installers as one of the best quality entry-level inverters. This is not surprising as Delta Group is a global electronics giant which has been manufacturing power control systems around the world since 1971. Despite the older RPI range not being a huge hit with installers, the advanced new Delta Home Series inverters are becoming much more popular.

    The new H5A-222 inverter is a standout product with a built-in (certified) DC isolator, inbuilt energy meter, and incredibly low PV startup voltage of 35V. This means the inverter has a very wide operating voltage window and will start generating very early in the morning before most other inverters have even woken up. Plus the inverter can operate with only 1 panel (per MPPT); however, in practice, 2 panels would be required taking into account temperature variances. In contrast, most of the competition require 3 or more panels to start generating power. Delta has a 5-year product warranty as standard and an Australian office located in Melbourne.

    Monitoring is via the cloud-based mydeltasolar app. The app was reported as being a little unreliable, but it now appears Delta has made some significant improvements to both the user experience and the commissioning process for installers setting up inverters.

    Download the full Delta Home Series solar inverter datasheet.

    Solar Inverters – Lower budget Tier 1 Grid-Tied Inverters

    Besides the most popular grid-tied inverters currently on the market, many other well-known manufacturers are producing reliable solar inverters for the residential and commercial solar markets. Many of these brands are now trusted thanks to advanced new models released over the last few years, which have proven to perform well so far. However, a few have been let down by poor service and support when an issue occurs or if a warranty claim is required.


    Growatt entered the solar inverter market back in 2010 and has grown rapidly to become one of the world’s largest inverters manufacturers. Based in Shenzhen, China, Growatt’s first-generation entry-level solar inverters were known to have some quality and reliability issues, but to their credit, the company backed its product by servicing many of the warranty claims. Growatt has since released a vast array of updated inverters which have had very good feedback so far, and now offers a wide range of solar and energy storage inverter solutions for residential and commercial applications. Still focused on the entry-level market segment, many of the new models have been available for a little over two years, so they are yet to prove themselves in the long term. Growatt seems keen to improve its position and has established local support centres in many countries offering good service in case of a failure or warranty claim.

    The new generation TL-X inverter range is modern looking and available in a range of sizes from 2.5kW to 6.0kW, with dual MPP trackers and a standard 5-year warranty, 10 year warranty options are also available. The monitoring platform, known as ShineServer and ShinePhone (app), is also greatly improved and now offers a good user interface, remote parameter settings, and remote firmware upgrades.

    Solax Power

    Solax Power is a subsidiary of the much larger Suntellite Group in China which manufactures solar cells, panels and grid-tied inverters with a strong emphasis on research and development. Solax Power also has a strong global presence and an Australian support office located in Melbourne. The current X1 range of solar inverters may not have the sleek designs of the European rivals, but at close to half the price, you wouldn’t expect them to compete on this level; their slogan sums them up nicely ‘simple, reliable, efficient’.

    One of the more advanced inverter options from SolaX is the affordable X-hybrid unit which is one of the most economical ‘battery backup ready’ solar inverters available. Solax was one of the first inverter manufacturers to produce large 3-phase hybrid battery inverters for larger residential and commercial applications.

    The Solax online monitoring portal V2 is quite impressive and offers access via smart phone apps or web interface with battery management features for hybrid systems and email reporting, although the wifi dongle is an optional extra.

    Ginlong Solis

    Solis, meaning sun in Spanish, is the common name of well-established Chinese solar inverter manufacturer Ginlong Solis Technologies. Founded in 2005, the company has been servicing the European solar market for well over a decade offering a range of string solar inverters designed for on-grid, off-grid and commercial applications. Solis inverters are considered entry-level due to the low price point, however, the popular Residential 5G series inverters offer some notable features including a wide operating (MPPT) voltage range, Certified DC isolator, and integrated export power control using an external CT.

    Solis gried-tied inverters come standard with a 5-year warranty, with an extended 10-year warranty option available. The company boasts a global service network in the US, Australia, China, India, Mexico, and Europe, although based on our feedback, obtaining prompt tech support can be problematic. The older Ginlong monitoring platform was known to have some issues although fortunately, the new SolisCloud app platform appears far more intuitive and easy to use, plus it features some clever enhancements to assist in fault finding.  You can read our article about the NEW Ginlong SolisCoud APP here.

    What types of grid tied solar pv inverters are available?

    There are three main types of grid-tied solar PV inverters:

    1. String Inverters: This is the most common type of grid-tied solar inverter, which is used in most residential and commercial installations. String inverters are designed to handle multiple solar panels connected in series, which are also referred to as a “string”. They convert the DC power from the solar panels into AC power and feed it into the electrical grid.
    2. Microinverters: Microinverters are small inverters that are attached to each individual solar panel in a solar PV system. Each microinverter works independently, converting the DC power from the solar panel into AC power and sending it directly to the electrical grid. Microinverters can help to improve the overall performance of the solar system, as they reduce the impact of shading, soiling, and other issues that can affect the output of individual solar panels.
    3. Power Optimizers: Power optimizers are similar to microinverters, but they are not designed to convert DC power into AC power. Instead, they are connected to each individual solar panel in a solar PV system and optimize the power output of each panel, which is then converted into AC power by a central inverter. Power optimizers can help to improve the efficiency and performance of a solar system, particularly in cases where shading or other factors reduce the output of individual panels.

    It’s worth noting that some solar PV systems use a combination of these inverters to optimize their performance and efficiency. For example, a system may use a string inverter with power optimizers or microinverters to maximize the output of the solar panels and improve overall system performance.

    What are the best commercial solar inverters?

    While Inverteree inverter Store primarily focuses on the leading residential, single-phase string solar inverters, most manufacturers we represent also produce a range of inverters designed for larger 3-phase residential and commercial applications. String solar power inverters up to and above 100kW are also increasingly popular for utility-scale solar farms due to the advantages of string-level monitoring and ease of servicing compared to central inverters. Below is our list of the most popular 3-phase inverters on the Australian market in the 8kW to 30kW, and 30kW to 100kW categories.

    Best 3-phase solar inverters – 8kW to 30kW

    1. Fronius – Symo and Eco grid-tied inverters

    2. SMA – Sunny Tripower grid-tied inverters
    3. Sungrow – SG & CX grid-tied inverter range

    4. Huawei SUN2000-KTL grid-tied inverter range

    5. ABB FIMER – PVS-TL grid-tied inverter range

    6. SolarEdge – SE 3-phase grid-tied inverter

    Best 3-phase solar Inverters – 30kW to 100kW+

    1. Sungrow – CX grid-tied inverter range

    2. Huawei – SUN2000-KTL grid-tied inverter range

    3. SMA – Sunny Tripower Core Series of grid-tied inverters

    4. ABB FIMER – PVS-TL grid-tied inverter range

    5. SolarEdge – SE grid-tied inverter range

    How to properly size a grid-tied string inverter?

    Properly sizing a grid-tied string inverter is an important consideration when designing a solar PV system. Here are the steps to follow to size a grid-tied string inverter properly:

    1. Determine the maximum DC power output of your solar panels: The first step is to determine the maximum DC power output of your solar panels. This information should be available from the manufacturer’s specifications or from the data sheet of the solar panels.
    2. Calculate the total DC power output of your solar array: Once you have determined the maximum DC power output of your solar panels, you need to calculate the total DC power output of your solar array. This can be done by adding up the maximum DC power output of all the solar panels in your array.
    3. Determine the inverter efficiency: The next step is to determine the efficiency of the inverter you plan to use. Inverter efficiency is the ratio of the AC output power to the DC input power. The efficiency of the inverter can usually be found in the manufacturer’s specifications.
    4. Calculate the AC power output of the inverter: Once you have determined the efficiency of the inverter, you can calculate the AC power output of the inverter by multiplying the total DC power output of your solar array by the inverter efficiency.
    5. Choose an inverter with a capacity slightly higher than the AC power output: Finally, you should choose an inverter with a capacity slightly higher than the AC power output you have calculated. This is because inverters operate most efficiently when they are operating at or near their maximum capacity.

    In general, it is recommended to choose an inverter with a capacity that is 10% to 20% higher than the calculated AC power output. This will ensure that your solar PV system operates efficiently and effectively. Additionally, it is important to ensure that the inverter you choose is compatible with your solar panels and meets all the necessary safety and regulatory standards.

    Can I install a grid-tied string inverter myself in Europe, UK or USA?

    In Europe, UK, and USA, grid-tied solar PV systems typically require permits and must comply with local regulations and standards. Therefore, it is recommended that you hire a professional solar installer to install your grid-tied string inverter to ensure that the installation meets all safety and regulatory requirements.

    In addition, installing a grid-tied string inverter requires knowledge of electrical wiring and safety procedures. Only individuals with the proper training and certification should attempt to install a grid-tied solar PV system. Improper installation can result in electrical shock, fire, or damage to the system components.

    In some cases, installing a solar PV system yourself may also void any manufacturer warranties. Therefore, it is important to consult with the manufacturer and any local regulatory agencies before attempting to install a grid-tied solar PV system yourself.

    Ultimately, it is always recommended that you hire a professional solar installer to install your grid-tied string inverter. A qualified solar installer will have the knowledge, experience, and equipment to ensure that your solar PV system is installed safely and correctly, and that it complies with all local regulations and standards.