To determine the size of the solar system you need for a 2-kilowatt home load, you must consider various factors such as the location, average sunlight hours, solar panel efficiency. However, as a rough estimate, let's assume an average solar panel efficiency of 15-20% and an average of 5 to 6 hours of usable sunlight per day.
To calculate the required capacity, divide the daily energy consumption by the average daily sunlight hours:
2 kilowatts / 5 hours = 0.4 kilowatts (or 400 watts)
Since solar panels are typically rated in kilowatts (kW), you'll need a solar system with a capacity of approximately 0.4kW or 400 watts to meet your requirment of 2-kilowatt home load on average.
For this, Loom Solar will recommend you a 500-watt solar system to meet your 2kW home load requirment, in which you will get 3 solar panels of 540 watt each, one 150 AH battery and one 1100 VA inverter. It will cost you 60,000 with installation. A 500-watt solar system is designed to give power supply of around 4 to 5 hours and it’s suitable for 1 BHK home size. You can also run basic appliances on this solar system like multiple of lights, 2 fans and TV etc.
Keep in mind that this is a basic estimation and does not account for variations in weather conditions, system losses, or the specific characteristics of your location. To get a more accurate assessment based on your specific circumstances we always recommended a engineer visit they will guide you according to your need and budget.