I want to see if my house can go completely solar. It's a small house with 240v 100A of electricity so about 24kW. I'm still new to this whole solar panel subject, this is my first time utilizing it in a big appliance so I need some verification IF the wire-ups it'll work.
I want to see if I need to get a 24v 300 watt solar panel, I did some calculations which means I need to get 80 pieces of the same solar panel.
Then I need an inverter. I found 3kW inverter 24vDC to 120/240VAC so I think I need to get about 8 of them. 10 solar panels will merge and wire up to an inverter input. All inverters output merges inside the Solar power box (Most likely won't work) OR just one 24kW inverter, and the solar power box should generate 240vAC 100A and hooks up to the main breaker.
I'm still developing a battery backup plan for the night so this won't be included in this topic. Any heaters WON'T be a part of electric appliances. But, I do need some more backup power (at least 40A) for other appliances like power tools after all the main appliances like refrigerator, laundry, and lights just in case I'll be using 90A out of 100A.
PS: I do not have any electric utility-provided power nowhere near my house.
Overall, my main question is, would I be able to generate 240vAC 100A of electricity by utilizing products above I mentioned during the daytime?
Will the products and the wire up process above be able to achieve my goal OR is there any better way for me to achieve it like if I need a different product or wire up differently?