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How Solar Panels WorkThe practical realization of photovoltaic (PV) cells began a revolution in power production. When light shines on these cells, elements and materials inside them produce electrons that make power by generating electricity. So how are these “solar” cells employed to make PV panels and how does Solaron combine these to provide free electricity to clients all over Auburn?

What Goes Into a Photovoltaic Panel?

Solar panels, also called photovoltaic panels, employ multiple photovoltaic cells to generate specific watts of power. The best photovoltaic panels offered for household use come from SunPower, a company found in California. SunPower creates photovoltaic panels with two distinct advantages over their competitors. First, their individual photovoltaic cells have trend-setting efficiency – producing more power when exposed to the sun than cells advertised by other manufacturers. Second, SunPower cells are enduring – they have a very long life and are guaranteed to generate trend-setting amounts of power for 25 years. Solaron equips only SunPower products in its designs.

Linking Panels Together

Many panels are linked together to generate enough power to run a home. Most properties have a specific amount of space that can be given to photovoltaic panels. Here is where the SunPower superiority regularly shines! By manufacturing solely the most powerful photovoltaic panels, Solaron makes it straightforward to maximize your system production, even when little space is available. And the SunPower connection system is created to be enduring, yet speedy to connect, minimizing the time you have to wait for your system to be finished.

Making Useful Current

Photovoltaic panels generate direct current (DC), but homes operate on alternating current (AC). Therefore, your photovoltaic system by Solaron needs a component called an “inverter.” This component takes all the photovoltaic electricity from your many panels and changes it to a kind your home can use. Extra power can be employed to do any of the following:

  • use it to charge devices, like an electric car;
  • send power to the grid to get payment from the company;
  • charge a household battery bank, storing power for later.


While the first choice simply needs the proper kind of outlet, the other two require more parts that add functionality to a photovoltaic system.

Start Using Photovoltaic Panels

So stop letting sun go to waste on your property! Turn that potential power into electricity with a photovoltaic system installed by Solaron of Sacramento. For details about photovoltaic power working for your home, contact a Solaron representative at 916-631-9293 or write via our online request form for a no-obligation solar analysis and quote.
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