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Office Phone: (559) 447-1557
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Company Address: 6701 N. Milburn Ave, Suite 170 Fresno, CA 93722

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How Will My Solar System Work?

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2. Sun Provides Solar Production

Solar panels are comprised of photovoltaic cells, meaning they convert sunlight into energy which can be used to power your home.

2. Power Sent to Inverter

Solar power inverters convert the electricity your solar panels create into a form that can be used to power your home.

3. Solar Battery Storage

Solar power inverters convert the electricity your solar panels create into a form that can be used to power your home. Solar storage batteries work by taking that excess electricity and storing it.

4. AC Electricity Power

Your solar inverter converts the DC electricity produced by your solar array into AC electricity, which is suitable for household consumption.

5. Excess Power Sent to Grid

Any unused or surplus solar electricity will be exported to the grid. Your inverter must continually monitor the grid in order to allow any excess solar electricity to seamlessly flow from your solar PV system to the grid.

Credit: Martin DeBono, What is Solar Energy and How Does it Work? (www.sunpower.com)

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