A solar energy system relies on a special photovoltaic cell, which essentially collects energy from sunlight, and converts it to electricity. This process generates DC or Direct Current which is then sent to a state-of-the-art inverter. At that point, it is converted into AC, or Alternating Current, which most homes and businesses use to run indoor lights and appliances.
All our systems use sophisticated monitoring technology. This essentially taps into the data of the inverters to monitor system performance in real-time. If there is a discrepancy between performance and projected output, our system is alerted, and we can get to work to maximize system operation.
Each of our solar power systems include a Net Metering feature. New Jersey has a net-metering rule which means that the utility keeps track of what you consume vs what you produce. As your solar system produces energy during the day, the power you generate is sent to the power grid earning you credits and debits as you use energy from the grid at night. On a monthly basis the power company bills you the net results