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Solar Power Plants

As light hits the solar panels, the solar radiation is converted into direct current electricity (DC). The direct current flows from the panels and is converted into alternating current (AC) inside an inverter and is used by local electric utilities or fed to the grid after synchronization inside the grid tied inverter.

If you're solar power system produces less electricity than you need or if you need energy when the sun isn't shining at all, that power is automatically supplied from the utility grid.

If your solar power system produces more electricity than you need, the extra electricity gets delivered back to the utility grid. If you live in a state with what's called Net Metering, then you get credited for the electricity you deliver back to the grid at the price fixed by your Electricity provider.