When the sun’s rays hit the solar panels, the solar panels generate direct current (DC) electricity which is passed through wires to an inverter. In the inverter, the electricity is converted from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC).
All that electricity then goes into your home to help offset the electricity your lights, air conditioning, TV, and everything else uses to run. If you generate more than what you need, the electricity will leave your home going back into the utility grid. When it leaves your home, the utility meter will start to spin backwards, recording the amount of electricity, so you can be credited back later.
The great thing about solar is that you will always remain connected to the grid so that when it is really cloudy out you will not be without power. Going solar with Sky High energy, you will not notice any difference in power supply to your home.