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Solar panels capture sunlight and convert energy from sunlight to direct current (DC) electricity.
But DC electricity cannot power your home appliances on its own.
Well! That's where you need an Inverter.
An inverter is used to convert Direct Current (DC) to Alternating Current (AC) as it is the type of electricity used to power your home.
During the day time, all the energy produced from the Solar Panels are converted to AC electricity and it is consumed for households.
If your PV System meets your electricity demand, electricity from the utility provider may not be used.
Sometimes your PV System may generate more energy than your actual energy demand. This excess energy will be fed to the grid of your utility provider.
Net Metering is when your utility provider agrees to provide energy credits for any surplus power you produce and send to the grid.
The excess energy will be recorded by the Net Meter, reducing your monthly expenditure on electricity.
Solar panels do not produce any electricity during the night time.
In a Grid-tied PV System, electricity demand for your household is met using utility provider's grid at the night time.
Optionally, Grid-tied PV Systems can be extended to use with energy storage systems in order to store excess energy for night time consumption.