Solar panels convert light into low-voltage DC electricity. The electricity travels through power inverters where it is converted into 240-volt AC electricity, which is used in homes.  From the inverter, the electricity then travels to the home’s main distribution panel (breaker box). Any electricity that the home doesn’t use goes through the utility meter and onto the grid, crediting your utility account.


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