As sunlight strikes the residential solar panels on your roof, the panels convert the energy into direct current (DC) electricity.
The DC electricity is carried into the inverter where it is converted into alternating current (AC) electricity to power your home.
A net meter directs the power flow to and from your utility. During the day, the solar energy you produce powers your home, reducing your purchases of electricity. At night, when your solar panels are not producing electricity, you use power from the utility grid. The net meter makes this process invisible to you. You simply save money along the way!
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