How does it work?

How does it work?

Solar Systems

Solar systems are made up of Photovoltaic panels, inverters, BOS (Balance of System) components, and net meters. Solar panels work by absorbing sunlight with photovoltaic cells, generating direct current (DC) energy and then converting it to usable alternating current (AC) energy with the help of inverter technology. AC energy then flows through the home's electrical panel and is distributed accordingly.

How Solar Power Works

Solar Panels

Your solar panels are made up of silicon photovoltaic (PV) cells. When sunlight hits your solar panels, the solar PV cells absorb the sunlight's rays and electricity is produced via the Photovoltaic Effect.



Electricity is directed to your central inverter (or micro inverter, depending on your system setup).


Alternating Current

An inverter is able to convert the DC electricity into Alternating Current (AC) electricity, which can be used in your home. Electricity flows through your home, powering electronic devices.


Bi-Directional Meter

A bi-directional meter can record all the power drawn to the house and record the amount of solar energy exported back to the grid. This is called net-metering.



The net meter allows you to send back excess electricity for credits on your bill.


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