Making a well informed decision of whether or not is solar right for you requires a lot of understanding of how solar really works.
But here is a step stone to start making that decision right.
HOW A SOLAR SYSTEM WORKS.
Averagely solar system is made up of some part: The inverters, Solar panels, electric meter, distribution panels, which are either installed on your roof or as part of ground mount.
This all working together to turn sunlight into electricity.
BRIEF EXPLANATION OF WHAT EACH PART THOSE
- Solar Panels
Solar panels produce electricity by converting sunlight energy into Direct current [DC]
The inverter converts the direct current electricity into alternative current which is able to energize your appliances.
- The inverter.
The Direct current electricity from the solar panels flows to the system’s inverters, which convert it to an alternating current (AC), which is the current that is used to energize your appliance.
- Distribution Panel
Alternative current from the inverter goes to the Distribution panels which send electricity to be used in the building.
- The electric meter.
The flow of electricity to and from is measured by the electric meter.
- Reduce an Expense
Solar energy will reduce your electric bill, giving you control over a fixed cost.
- Protect Against Rising Electric Rates
You no longer need to be concerned about rising electric rates. With solar, your electric rate will remain the same for the life of the system.
- Quickly Recover Installation Cost in Year One
Businesses and individual owners can quickly recover a large portion of
The installation cost within a year.
- Its Sustainable
As long as the sun is shining, your solar system will produce clean energy. Plus, saving on your electric bill will free up your budget so that you can reinvest in other areas.
- it’s a Set-and-Forget Solution
There are no moving parts to a solar system, so
the maintenance and upkeep will be minimal.
After installation is complete and the system is
energized, you just sit back and enjoy the savings.
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