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How Does Solar Work?

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Many of our customers are new to renewable energy and want to know how solar panels turn light from the sun into electricity for their homes.

It’s as simple as 1-2-3-4!

  1. Silicon panels convert light into DC electricity
  2. Inverters turn this power into AC for use in your home
  3. The AC power is then connected to your electrical panel
  4. Your new meter records power sold to and from the grid

The temporary subsidies are almost fully committed, claim yours before it’s gone!

The average household consumes 7,200 kWh of electricity per year and you can install a system that generates up to 100% of your energy usage!

Experts at EVOLVsolar will help you and your family select the right system size and technology for your home, and determine if you’re eligible for provincial subsidies that will cover up to 40% of the cost of your install.

To find out how much solar energy you can generate for your home, just click the link below and send us a copy of your energy bill and information about your roof.

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