Submitted by jamespompi on Thu, 2018-03-15 09:57
Posting on here for maybe some direction for research and advice. I've looked into building an in-grid solar set-up for some time now, I'm about to break ground on my new home which is in Florida in an unincorporated part of my county. I was thinking of starting out really small, rounding up a few used panels, getting an inverter and having the power company come out to switch my power meter to accept the produced energy. My neighbor is an electrician who said he'd help me get going on the project and I'm pretty handy myself.
Does anyone see an issue with this approach? I plan on adding panels gradually and then eventually get a powerwall or two as it would make a great substitute to having a generator for storms. I've been fascinated with how well Tesla has done with energy and thermal management and I'm currently waiting for my invite to configure the M3.