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How it Works

Residential Solar Array and Inverter

  1. Solar panels are mounted facing as close to south facing as possible. The panels can be mounted on a southerly facing roof or on the ground. It’s important to have little to no shade on the panels for most of each day throughout the year. Photovoltaic (PV) cells in the panels capture the sun in direct current (DC) form.
  2. We place an inverter in the home, near the main electrical service entrance and breaker panel, or we place micro-inverters under the panels. These convert the DC power from the panels into alternate-current (AC) power that can be used in your home.
  3. When the sun shines, you produce clean electricity! Anytime you produce more electricity than you use, the extra goes directly back to the utility grid and your meter spins backwards – how great is that?
  4. At night or when it is not sunny, your electricity comes right from the grid as usual.
  5. Your electric bill reflects the difference between the electricity you use and the electricity you produce.


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PSPA Inc. Headquarter:
Blk. 1 Lot 3
Green Clover Bldg.
Aguinaldo H-way
Anabu 2-A Imus,
Cavite, Philippines