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.
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.
monitoring system sends information about your solar installation, including the amount of energy it generates, to your solar provider, to maintain optimal system performance.
How much can solar save you on electric bills?
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6 REASONS TO GO SOLAR TODAY
Bye crazy electric bills
By going solar, you can greatly reduce or even totally eliminate your monthly electric bill.
Protect the roof
Use your solar system as a shield to protect and extend the lifespan of your roof. Instead of the sun bullying your roof causing degradation ,the solar system embraces the sun and protects the roof.
Spike your property value
Solar panels can pay for themselves by increasing the value of your home. Solar panels will make your home more attractive to savvy home buyers
Coal, nuclear, or solar?
Unlike conventional electricity, solar energy does not pollute. Lower your carbon footprint and gain peace of mind from knowing you’re doing the right thing for the earth.
Abolish your invisible mortgage
When you purchased your home the realtor doesn't tell you about the invisible mortgage (electric bill)
that will increase at least 7% yearly.
How much have already spent since purchasing your home.
(HOW MUCH HAVE YOU SPENT)
Got Tax Credit?
The federal government is giving you back a 26% income/investment tax credit. This is used to shield you from tax liability or you will receive cash back in hand.