Step 1. Solar Modules: The solar modules (panels) are made up of Photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity throughout the day.
Step 2 : Onsite Inverter: Inverter— The inverter converts the DC electricity generated by the solar modules into the alternating current (AC) electricity onsite.
Step 3 : Electrical Panel: The AC electricity is sent from the inverter to your electrical panel to power your lights and appliances with solar energy.
Step 4 : Utility Meter: The utility meter measures your energy use. It actually goes backward when your system generates more power than you immediately need. This excess solar energy can help offset the energy you use at night.
Step 5 : Utility Grid: Our business is still connected to the power grid. You’ll need that power from the utility company at night, but the cost of this power is offset by any excess solar energy you put into the grid during the day.