Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity to power a home’s lights and appliances. When solar panels are grouped into a system, they are called an array. During the day, power created by the solar array is stored within batteries for nighttime use. When more power is produced than a household needs, it sends the excess to the electric grid and the homeowner receives a credit (this process is called net metering). When the household needs more power than the array can produce, an inverter sends power from the grid back to the home.
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