Solar PV Systems

Who are we and why choose us?

FH Synergy is a company that delivers solar solutions with quality and cost-efficiency. We can provide a tailored clean energy solution for any application you have.

Our team is certified to handle the design, installation, and maintenance of solar PV systems for renewable energy needs.

Solar PV System - 35TKG





A grid-connected PV system refer to solar photovoltaic systems that are connected to the national electricity grid. These systems generate electricity from sunlight and feed it directly into the grid, allowing homeowners and businesses to offset their electricity consumption with clean, renewable energy.

On-grid solar systems in Singapore are popular due to the country’s abundant sunlight and government incentives for solar energy adoption. By installing a solar system connected to the grid, users can benefit from net metering, where excess electricity generated during the day can be exported to the grid and credited back to their electricity bills.

This type of system can typically be seen on rooftops of HDB blocks, commercial and industrial buildings, institutions, and private homes. Also, it is accessible through a mobile app for easier monitoring of total energy yield and if there is any faults in the system.

With the current tariff and average sun radiance, the estimated return on investment for the Solar PV Systems is 4.5 years. If the tariff increases, the ROI will be shorter.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How does Solar Power work?

Solar cells directly convert sunlight into electricity. Each day, sunlight with photons hits the solar panels, which then convert these photons into electrons that make up direct current (“DC”) electricity. These electrons flow out of the panel and into an inverter, which is equipped with additional safety measures.

The inverter transforms the DC power into alternating current (“AC”) power, which can be used to operate household appliances such as a refrigerator, washing machine, air conditioners or sell back to the power grid if not fully consumed.

What is a On-Grid System?

In Singapore, the most popular type of solar systems are grid-tied systems. These systems are connected to the electrical grid and do not rely on batteries for storage.

The electricity produced by the solar system is used to power the house, and any excess energy generated during the day is sent back to the grid. This surplus energy can then be used to offset the household’s energy consumption when sunlight is not available.

To track the import and export of electrical energy, a net energy meter will be installed by the utilities company.

Is it worth investing in Solar PV Systems in Singapore?

Solar energy is becoming increasingly popular in Singapore as a sustainable energy option, as the country works towards reducing its carbon emissions and promoting sustainability. Despite this trend, there are still individuals who are hesitant about the benefits of investing in solar panels for their homes or businesses. To assist in making an informed decision, here are the advantages of installing solar panels.

  1. Cost savings: By installing solar panels, you can effectively reduce your electricity bills as you will be generating your own electricity from the sun. Over time, you can recoup the initial investment in solar panels through these cost savings.
  1. Environmental benefits: Solar energy is a clean and renewable energy source that does not produce any harmful emissions or waste. By using solar panels, you can help reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.
  1. Energy independence: With solar panels, you can generate your own electricity, reducing your reliance on the grid and fossil fuels. This can provide peace of mind in the event of power outages or disruptions to the grid.
  1. Increase property value: Installing solar panels can increase the value of your property, as it is seen as a desirable feature for home buyers looking for energy-efficient and sustainable homes.
  1. As the roof will be covered with solar panels, it will be acting like a 2nd roof layer which will result to lesser heat will be transferred inside the house or building.
  1. It operates in sync with the main electricity grid, drawing any extra power needed from the grid and sending back any surplus power generated.

Ultimately, whether or not installing solar panels is worth it for you will depend on your specific circumstances, including your energy consumption, the available space for solar panels, and your long-term financial goals. It is recommended to consult with a reputable solar energy provider to assess your options and determine the potential savings and benefits of installing solar panels for your home or business.