How it Works
1. Solar Modules
Solar Solution modules mounted on the roof or grounds of your facility convert sunlight into DC power.
This power is sent to a device called an inverter (or power converter) which converts the DC power from the solar modules to AC power identical to that being sent to you from the utility grid. There are currently two types of inverters available. One is a micro inverter and the other is a central inverter. Our team will be able to explain the benefits of both systems.
3. Electrical Panel
Power travels from the inverter to your electrical service panel (your breaker box) where it is distributed to electrical loads throughout your facility.
4. Utility Grid
Excess power produced by the solar modules flows into the grid through your electric meter, gaining you credit with the utility company. This is referred to as Net Metering.
5. Net Metering
Net metering is an agreement between a utility company and a customer. The State you currently reside in has negotiated a contract with the power companies forcing them to purchase energy from alternative sources such as PV or Wind technology