Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity.
An inverter converts the DC electricity generated by solar panels into the alternating current (AC) electricity used in most homes.
A monitoring system sends information about your solar installation, including the amount of energy it generates, to your solar provider, to maintain optimal system performance.
Your solar system is still connected to a local utility grid to provide power after sundown. Connection to the grid also allows your solar system to return to the grid any excess clean energy your system generates during the day. A utility meter measures your power consumption and solar output.
Solar has never been more accessible than it is today. Costs of solar systems can vary, but there are a large range of financing options that may help you meet your goals. Whether you lease, take out a loan, or purchase a system, you may be able to start generating savings immediately.
By going solar, you can reduce demand for fossil fuels, limit greenhouse gas emissions, and shrink your carbon footprint.
Solar panels create clean renewable energy from the sun and benefits our environment. Alternatives to fossil fuels, reduce carbon footprint at home, reducing greenhouse gases around the world. Solar is proven to have a favorable impact on our environment.