MOXIE’s elite Design Engineers turn your site evaluation into a technical plan set for your photovoltaic system. They will continue to optimize your design and assign the best solar equipment for your needs. They will also work with you to resolve any concerns you may have about the final placement of your system components.
Our Design Engineers use AutoCad software to turn your site evaluation into a final design plan. The final plan includes a list of all of the materials needed for the job, a map of component locations, and electrical and construction schematics. There are more components of a photovoltaic system than you might realize and they all affect the ultimate production and usability of the system. Decisions made by your Design Engineer include:
A solar PV system typically has two safety disconnects. The first is the PV disconnect (or Array DC Disconnect). The PV disconnect allows the DC current between the modules to be interrupted before reaching the inverter.
Net metering is the system that utilities use to credit solar energy system owners for the electricity produced by their solar panels. With net metering, you only pay for electricity that you use beyond what your solar panels can generate.
The size of your solar energy system will depend on how much electricity you use on a monthly basis, as well as the weather conditions where you live. MOXIE will always determine the best system size for your needs.
Power inverters convert the electricity your panels produce from direct current to alternating current power. There are three types of inverters: string/centralized inverters, microinverters, and power optimizers.