Can we use a normal inverter for solar power?
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Most domestic solar installs are intimately tied to the grid. So if the grid goes down your solar shits down as well. That’s to make the downed grid safe to work on but doesn’t help you.
I use a normal inverter. But that’s because I’m in a van and have storage in the form of batteries.
If you want to be grid independent then you need a battery bank and the solar charges that, not feed back to the grid. But then you won’t make money from the grid buying your excess power.