How Solar Energy Works
Solar Panel Installation in New Jersey
With the right technology, sunlight can become usable energy quickly and easily. Solar panels, made up of photovoltaic cells, can be installed on your roof and they convert sunlight into direct current (DC) power. This power travels to an inverter where it is converted to alternating current (AC) power, the form of electricity you use around your house. Your home still stays connected to the grid, allowing you to use power during the night or on cloudy days.
The last component of your system is the net energy meter, which tracks your total power usage. If your system creates more energy than your home consumes, the extra electricity is sold back to the power company, giving you credit on your next utility bill. This is something that is being used across the country by homeowners and business owners alike to cut back on energy bills, as well as help provide for a healthier environment.
Some other solar techniques include:
- Transpired solar collectors. These can be used to preheat ventilation air for buildings.
- Solar water heating systems. Made up of a solar collector, this uses the sun to direct heat to the water.
- Concentrating solar power (CSP) systems. The energy of the sun reflects off devices such as mirror panels or troughs to produce heat, which in turn generates electricity.
Call (732) 253-4052 to learn more about how solar can work for you.
At Sea Bright Solar, We Do Solar Right
If you're looking for a New Jersey solar panel installation company, look no further than Sea Bright Solar. We have been helping customers since 2003 and have the skills and abilities necessary to provide you with the highest quality service. There are a number of benefits to installing solar power for your home or business. With a fully staffed team and a warehouse to make sure we have everything we need, we are ready to help you take the next step and change the way you power your home or office.
Learn the benefits of solar. We offer a free consultation to help you understand the process and get started. Contact our New Jersey residential and commercial solar team today at (732) 253-4052 for yours.