How Solar Works – The Basics
Solar Energy Facts – Solar Electric Panels and Solar Panel Installation
Solar electric panels also called photovoltaic panels or PV panels, are primarily used to power homes that are also connected to the existing power grid system. Solar panels consist of multiple solar cells that form modules. These modules are combined to form the photovoltaic panel. The more solar panels your system has, the more you can reduce your reliance on power from the grid. You use the electricity you produce and draw any additional electricity your house needs from the grid. If you produce more power than you need, that electricity goes back to the grid and you earn credits for the extra energy you produce.
For most homeowners, it now makes good economic sense to produce their own solar power. Click to learn more about the financial incentives. There are tax credits and rebates that greatly reduce the cost of installation. Then as you begin to generate your own electricity, there is an easy way to essentially sell your power back to the utility companies!
When you’re ready, fill out the form for your Free Solar Analysis. This is the best way for you to learn all of your options and to understand how well solar will work for your home or business.
Maryland-based Solar Energy World Makes Top 10 List for Solar Rooftop Installers in North America on Solar Power World’s 2015 Top 500 List
Solar Energy World Ranks 10 for Residential Solar Rooftop Installations on Solar Power World’s Top 500 North American Solar Contractors List The U.S. solar industry installed 1,330 MW of solar PV in the first quarter of 2014 alone, most of whichRead More >
Solar Power System size: 7.2 kW, 32 panels
Annual avoided electricity costs: $1,320
Annual SREC earnings: $3,234
“We are very impressed with Solar Energy World, not only from day one with the presentation but with the installation and follow up issues after the installation. Unforeseen issues occurred but, Jason resolved the issues right away. They were on top of everything and was always available for questions.”