How Solar Works

Photons from sunlight excite electrons in a solar cell, causing electrical current to flow. The Inverter then converts electricity from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC) or house current. Most systems are interconnected to the grid through your local utility. A revenue grade production meter records everything that your system produces.

With Net Metering, your utility tracks both your electrical usage and the amount that your solar array produces. You only pay the net difference between the two. In a month in which you produce extra, you bank those positve net Kilowatt-hours (KWh) and draw on those for the months in which when you produce less energy than you need. Our engineers design the optimal system to zero out your electric bill.