mike_2009 wrote: »
Just wondering what people's thoughts are on this - the Solar PV install I had done recently poked the DC cables through the felt in the attic instead of routing it a different way. When I queried it they said the tiles are to keep the rain off, I always thought the roofing felt was a backup? If I ever get a leak above this location won't I be in danger of water ingress, in the worst case it runs down the wires into the inverter?! I would have used the overlap to push the wires though....
Interested in any observations as it's my first encounter with PV in my own house....Thanks!
Fosulli wrote: »
Can anyone help me - I am about to install PV panels - my mains wiring has 2 feeds from the ESB meter. One feed to the house fuseboard and the other feed to a fuseboard in my shed. If I have PV panels, inverter etc. installed on my shed and connect to the shed fuseboard, will that still feed my house supply before dumping power back to the grid? Thanks for any help!