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Sunlight falls on your high capacity solar panels during daylight hours. The solar panels convert the sun’s energy into Direct Current (DC) electricity which is sent to a current inverter. This allows your home to generate the correct energy current back to the power grid.

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The solar power inverter converts the Direct Current (DC) to Alternating Current (AC) electricity. This is sometimes called “conditioning” the power.

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When your solar energy system produces more electricity than is needed during peak sun hours, excess electricity is automatically sent to the utility company. When energy consumption exceeds solar electricity production, utility power is continuously provided to your home at night and during the day.

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Solar energy systems produce very high quality electricity that reduces the chance of power fluctuations that could damage your electronic equipment.

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