woolly1 wrote:currently getting the PFIT from a 3.3kW system I had installed a few years ago. If I install a separate 5kW solar system with around 7.2kWh of storage, will I lose that PFIT? I am after a system that will charge the batteries for the evenings, and after they are charged, put the excess power into the house with zero export to the grid
GaryG wrote:wouldn't you have to "disconnect" the PFiT system from the house so you didn't use any of the power it generated?
GaryG wrote:insure it all went into the grid?
davidg wrote:GaryG wrote:wouldn't you have to "disconnect" the PFiT system from the house so you didn't use any of the power it generated?
No. you disconnect the house from the grid. I know it sounds nutty but that's actually the correct way of describing it.
davidg wrote:No. you disconnect the house from the grid.
woolly1 wrote:So if I install a stand alone, off grid system and a relay/device/something that disconnects the house from the grid, I can do it?
woolly1 wrote:I have seen inverters that are certified as "zero export" and there is a device from a Qld company that is just that, a "zero export module". If something like that is installed, would that be OK?
woolly1 wrote:In saying that, as you have done it before for others, fancy a drive to Woodend?
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