How Solar Panels Work
Solar panels convert photons into DC energy.
Photons from solar radiation collide with PV cells on solar panels, knocking loose electrons that form a DC electrical current.
Inverter converts DC energy into usable AC power.
The inverter takes the DC current generated by solar panels and converts it to AC power, which is usable in the home.
Excess production is stored or passed back to the grid.
Excess power can either be sent back onto the grid (which usually generates credits through net metering) or stored in a battery.
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