- Solar Panels
How Solar PV Panels work:
Solar panels are made with PV cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity during daylight.
An inverter converts the DC electricity generated by the solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity.
The AC electricity is sent from the inverter to your electrical panel to power your lights and appliances with solar energy. The electrical panel is often called a breaker box.
The utility meter measures electricity use. It goes backward when the system generates more power than is needed.
If your state utility has a net metering policy, excess energy is returned to the grid and the revenue you receive offsets the electricity you use at night.
- LED Solutions
LED Lighting is rapidly becoming the standard due to the following:
Long Life (~50,000hrs)
Energy Efficiency (~90% reduction compared to incandecent and ~50% compared to fluorescent)
Zero UV Emissions
Operate in Extremely Cold or Hot Temperatures
Instant Lighting & Frequent Switching