Photovoltaic (PV) cells that are mounted on your roof or ground mounted systemconvert sunlight to direct current (DC) electricity. 

The DC power is then sent to a device called an inverter that turns the DC power from the PV cells into alternating current (AC) electricity which is used to power your home. 

The AC power then goes from the inverter(s) to an electrical panel that sends power to your lights and appliances. 

When your solar power system produces power in excess of your current usage, the excess electricity will flow back on to the utility power grid. A net meter will measure the energy that you draw and feed back to the grid, crediting you in times of excess production accordingly.

Installing the SnapNrack mounting system

Installing the Enphase Microinverters

SnapNrack Series 100

IQ 6+ Microinverter Installation - Enphase Energy - 2016


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