How Does It Work?

Discover the Journey of Solar Light Transforming into Electricity


The photons from the sun transfer their energy to the electrons inside solar cells made of silicon.

Solar panels designed based on magnetic principles have electrons in motion within them, creating voltage and generating electrical energy.



Solar panels containing high levels of silicon absorb energy in the form of light and convert it into electrical energy for our daily use.



The electricity generated by the panels is transferred to the inverter through durable copper conductor solar cables that can withstand harsh external environmental conditions. The inverter system plays a pivotal role in the setup.



The inverter converts the direct current (DC) electricity produced by the panels into alternating current (AC) electricity for use in our devices and facilitates distribution through cables.



If the instantaneous consumption in your home exceeds the electricity generated by the panels and the energy stored in the batteries, then energy is drawn from the grid. When there is excess production, it can be stored in batteries or sold back to the grid.

Technical Graphics and System Data

Year-Round Electricity Generation

Solar energy systems can generate electricity in all seasons and during daylight hours.

Return on Investment (ROI) Period

When you manage your energy consumption efficiently and plan it during daylight hours, the system's payback period is calculated to be between 4 to 6 years.

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