HOW SOLAR WORKS2018-07-27T13:02:28+00:00


Although they may look complicated, solar panels have no moving parts and require very little maintenance other than occasional cleaning. An inverter takes the DC power directly from the solar panels and converts it to the same AC power your home uses. There’s no need to change your appliances, and there are no batteries involved for an on grid system. Nothing in your home will have to change.

Solar Panels

Step 1

Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity that your home can use, reducing your electricity bills. Solar is more affordable than utilities and a range of financing options can help you generate savings right away

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Step 2

During the day you’ll power your home with solar power. If you produce more electricity than you need it goes back to the grid for a full value credit and these credits cover the cost of utility provided power at night.

Online Monitoring

Step 3

Your monitoring system sends information about how much power your solar system is producing in real-time so you can maintain optimal system performance.

Diagram of how residential solar power works

Lower Electricity Bills

Factors To Calculate Solar Savings:
- How much sun hits your roof
- How much are your power bills
- Do you quality for solar incentives
- Are you selecting the right installer

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