1. Site Assessment:
    • Roof inspection for shading, orientation, and structural integrity.
    • Load analysis to determine the household’s energy needs.
    • Local permitting and regulation checks.
  2. Design and Permitting:
    • Custom system design based on energy needs and site assessment.
    • Secure permits from local authorities and utility companies.
  3. Installation:
    • Mounting System Installation: Rails or racks affixed to the roof or ground.
    • Panel Installation: Solar panels mounted onto the racks.
    • Inverter Installation: Inverters installed near the main electrical panel.
    • Electrical Wiring:
      • Connect panels to inverters and batteries (if applicable).
      • Connect inverters to the electrical panel.
  4. System Testing and Commissioning:
    • Test electrical connections and system performance.
    • Commission the system for optimal performance.
    • Integrate with the grid (if grid-tied).
  5. Monitoring Setup:
    • Configure the monitoring system for real-time performance tracking.
  6. Final Inspection and Approval:
    • Inspection by local authorities for code compliance.
    • Approval by the utility company for grid connection.