Jconnect is expertise in providing Support & Services in field of Energy (Electric & Solar Energy) having a (photovoltaic or PV) technology offers substantial benefits over either system alone. During the summer, when the sun shines brightest and longest, wind speeds are low in many places of the United States. The wind is particularly strong in the winter, when there is less sunlight. Because the peak operating times for wind and solar systems are at various times of the day and year, hybrid systems are more likely to produce power when you need it.
Many hybrid systems are stand-alone systems that run “off-grid,” meaning they are not connected to a power grid. When neither the wind nor the solar system is producing, most hybrid systems rely on batteries and/or a diesel-fueled engine generator to produce power. The engine generator can generate electricity and recharge the batteries if the batteries run low.
The system becomes more complex when an engine generator is included, however contemporary electronic controllers can handle these systems automatically. An engine generator can also help to lower the size of the system’s other components. Remember that the storage capacity must be sufficient.