EBES developed an affordable range of solutions that allow consumers to use solar energy during the day. When the sun isn’t shining, the system allows them to draw power straight from the grid. Peak loads can also be drawn from the grid electricity, which means that solar cells not necessarily need to be sized for demand, especially if limited space is an issue, but should be sized for eliminating as much of the base load of electricity bill as possible, while any surplus power can be exported back to the grid in a form of credit called.
Connecting to the grid requires sophisticated inverters, protected devices and meters to monitor power quality.
EBES also provides a monitoring system to show the real-time radiance level and power output.