Unleashing the Power of the Sun for a Sustainable Future

The growing need to shift to cleaner and more sustainable energy sources is constantly driven by the adverse impact of fossil fuel use. This has resulted in a growing trend of adopting renewable energy sources. However, it is important to first understand how solar energy works as it is a crucial component that contributes to the transition towards a more sustainable future.

Powering home with sunshine

Solar energy is converted into electric current through a device known as a solar panel, which is composed of individual photovoltaic (PV) cells. Solar energy creates electrical charges that move in response to an internal electric field in the cell, causing electricity to flow. The power from PV cells is then either stored in solar batteries or sent through an inverter to power your home or business.

Solar panels function best when they are directly exposed to sunlight. So, they should be installed in a location that receives maximum sunlight with minimal shading or obstructions such as trees and buildings.

This means that the installation of solar panels for a residential property requires a roof with ample space for maximum sunlight exposure. The process of installation may involve placing mounting racks onto the roof to provide support for the solar panels.

The rise of solar power in Malaysia

There are ample benefits of solar energy in Malaysia, one of which is the country’s geographic location. Being located near the equator, Malaysia receives a high amount of sunlight throughout the year. The country has a high potential for solar power generation, with an average daily solar radiation of 4.7 to 6.5 kWh per square metre

Additionally, thanks to the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) policy introduced by the Malaysian government in 2011 and the subsequent addition of Net Energy Metering (NEM), Malaysia has seen a remarkable increase in solar panel installations as users are able to save on their electricity bills. 

One of the key players in Malaysia's solar industry is GSPARX, a subsidiary of Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB). Through its services, GSPARX has played a vital role in making the transition to solar energy accessible and hassle-free for Malaysians.

Revolutionising Malaysia's Solar Power Landscape

Installing solar panels through GSPARX comes with several benefits. GSPARX is a comprehensive one-stop solution centre that provides consultation, installation, maintenance and monitoring of your solar panels. 

GSPARX is not merely a company that assists you in generating your own electricity through solar panel installation but one that takes pride in providing educational resources for you to learn properly understand how solar panels work and to maintain them.

Besides that, GSPARX also offers flexible financing alternatives, allowing you to pay for your solar panel systems over time. This makes solar energy an affordable investment for homes and businesses of all sizes. With GSPARX's zero upfront cost solution, you can start saving money on electricity right now.

Depending on the solar capacity installed at your residence or business, a solar PV system can cut your electricity bill by up to 90% given the right circumstances. Plus, excess energy produced by your solar panels can even be sold to TNB through the NEM programme.

GSPARX provides reliable and high-quality solar energy solutions that are tailored to meet the unique needs of each customer.  It uses advanced technologies and equipment to design and install solar panels that are durable, efficient and long-lasting. Additionally, its services also ensure customers' solar energy systems operate optimally and provide the maximum benefits.

GSPARX also believes in the power of collaboration by advancing the Smart City concept. Through integrating renewable energy sources, implementing the Smart Grid system and promoting better energy management practices, GSPARX aims to create a more sustainable and efficient urban environment for all Malaysians.

To learn more about how GSPARX packages can help you make strides towards a sustainable future, click here.