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When your system produces electricity, it feeds the power to your existing electrical panel, which then distributes the solar power (and any utility power needed) to your load center in a normal manner. If you have a "net metering“ agreement with your local electric utility, any excess power generated by your system is sent back to the utility. When you generate more power than you need, your electric meter spins backwards and you are only charged for the net energy you consume.
Photovoltaic solar energy systems use sunlight to generate electricity. It lowers your utility bill, and helps reduce fossil-fuel consumption and global warming.
The switch protects your solar module array by cutting off the grid connection in the event of harmful grid power fluctuations or outages.
The inverter converts direct current (DC) power from the modules into standard alternating current (AC) power. It contains a display which shows you what your system is generating. Solutions also include web monitoring with real-time production graphs and USB connections to a PC.
The module turns solar radiation into electricity. Our photovoltaic (PV) modules have a very high performance rate and long life. Each individual module is tested before it leaves the factory, and has a 25 year power warranty.* The anodized aluminum frame is corrosion and torsion proof, with tempered safety glass on the front for durability. Our modules will look good on your home for the life of the system.
Sunlight hitting silicon cells in a module generates a direct current (DC).
A switch protects the solar modules from grid power fluctuations.
The solar direct current goes from the solar modules to an inverter.
If there is extra solar current, the system feeds it to the utility grid, running the meter backwards.
If more power is needed, the switch draws power from the utility grid.