The Solar Process


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The solar process

 

1) Solar panels absorb the sun’s energy and convert it to DC electricity.


2) The solar inverter converts DC electricity from your solar modules to AC electricity, which is used by most home appliances.


3) Electricity flows through your home, powering electronic devices
Excess electricity produced by solar panels is fed to the electric grid.

4) Most homeowners in the U.S. have access to net metering. Net metering sends power to the grid when your solar system is overproducing (like during the day in sunny summer months) in exchange for credits on your electric bill. Then, during hours of low solar production (such as nighttime or overcast days), you can use your credits to draw extra energy from the grid and meet your household electricity demand. In a sense, net metering offers an unlimited storage solution to property owners who go solar, making solar an all-in-one energy solution.

 

You are going to spend money for power, it is unavoidable. With your utility, you are renting power forever and paying 100% interest. With solar, you are paying to own your system which will produce the same electricity that you are getting from your utility.

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