How does solar power work?

When the sun shines onto a solar panel, energy from the sunlight is absorbed by the PV cells in the panel. This energy creates electrical charges that move in response to an internal electrical field in the cell, causing electricity to flow.

This electricity is then used in your home instead of from the grid, saving you money. If your system produces more than you need then that extra flows to the grid and you are remunerated for the feed-in.

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Solar Panel Energy Capture

Solar panels diligently harness sunlight and effectuate its conversion into direct current (DC) electricity.

Inversion to Household-Ready AC Electricity

A sophisticated inverter system adeptly transforms the DC electricity generated by the panels into alternating current (AC)

Precision Monitoring with Network Smart Meters

The operation is further refined by network-enabled smart meters, meticulously measuring both household electricity

Empowering Household Appliances

The solar system's generated electricity effectively energizes and sustains the operational needs of the household's myriad appliances.

Prudent Handling of Surplus Energy

Any surplus electricity generated by the solar system is astutely channelled either back to the grid or thoughtfully stored within an energy storage battery.

Remuneration Through Feed-In Tariffs

Your electricity retailer extends a feed-in tariff payment for the electricity surplus thoughtfully returned to the grid from you home.