HOW DOES MY SYSTEM WORK?
The sunlight falls on high capacity solar panels during daylight hours. The solar panels convert the sun's energy into direct current (dc) electricity which is sent to an inverter.
When the solar system produces more electricity than needed during peak sun hours, excess electricity is automatically sent to the utility company and the electric meter actually runs backwards!
Solar systems produce very high-quality electricity that reduces the chance of power fluctuations that could damage electronic equipment.
At the moment when no daylight is available, the come will pull energy from the utility company. This will also happen when the electrical demand of the home exceeds the solar production.