2. Micro-Inverters convert solar energy from direct current to alternating current where it is then sent to your home’s electrical panel for for everyday use.
3. Your electricity usage is regulated through a smart meter measures your power usage as well as any excess power generated which can then be sold back to your utility provider to reduce your hydro bill through a process called net-metering.
4. Your solar PV system comes with lifetime system monitoring on your smartphone or computer, giving you real-time updates about your system’s performance.
5. Your home can be supplemented with additional backup power via home battery backup or backup generator to ensure that you always have power, even during a blackout period when no electricity is being produced by your solar PV system or the utility grid.