This illustration shows a grid connected solar system during peak sunlight hours. Producing enough electricity for the household, and feeding any surplus power back onto the main grid.
During the sunlight hours, the system feeds any surplus power onto the grid, this offsets the amount of power you take from the grid. The more electricity you produce, and the less you use, the more you save.
At night, the system automatically draws the electricity you need from the grid. This forwards and backwards flow of electricity is completely automatic, and provides a smooth, uninterrupted flow of power for your household.
Grid connected solar power is for areas with existing, or affordable, access to the main grid. For safety reasons, it can not provide back up power during blackouts. Back up options are available if required.
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