The inverter(s) convert DC electricity from the solar array to AC electricity used in our homes and businesses.
The photovoltaic (PV) cells convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity
Solar panels are typically installed on the roof of a home and/or a garage. These photovoltaic (PV) cells convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity.
Your home remains connected to the grid in order to provide you electricity when your system doesn’t produce enough and to accept your system’s surplus energy.
The net meter tracks both the electricity you consume and the electricity you send back to the grid. You build up credits during the summer that can be used during the winter.
The electrical service distributes the flow of electricity generated by your solar system.
Banner Power Solutions is committed to using only the highest quality solar modules in our installations.
Our primary choice, Silfab Solar Energy modules, are manufactured locally in their Burlington and Bellingham facilities.
Banner Power Solutions uses string and micro-inverters for their inverting, optimizing and monitoring abilities.
Micro-inverters are our primary choice because they:
Banner Power Solutions uses Ironridge Racking to attach the solar modules to the roof. Ironridge Racking is:
Banner Power Solutions solar installations can include monitoring capabilities for the solar owner. Solar owners can check in on the performance of their solar PV system
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