Sweet! Assuming you’ve looked at and weighed all of the options?
Off grid is by far the way we’d all like to do it in this world. It’s also usually the most difficult/expensive usually. The power storage and or needing backup gen gets pretty expensive.
We did an on grid solar 10,200 watts 2 years ago. I want to say it was a little under $10,000 after energy rebates and tax credits figured in, but I’m not exactly sure what initial cost was. I know this guy, but more of friend of a friend type of deal. Anyway, it was new ranch I’d guess around 1600 sq ft and he estimated around 7000 Watts to cover load of home, and was trying to cover 1000 watt and 400 watt hid, fans and such. Last I knew he had to shell out a bill or 2 at beginning of year because his program reset, but was bill free for rest of year. He never called when I offered to build him cobs anyway lol.
Not sure if any of that matters lol, just thought I’d throw it out. There are some micro inverters out that function as a 1 per panel type of unit. I haven’t seen them in person, but seems like it would be ideal for a growing system.