Mr-Solar is the company to count on as your commercial or residential thermal/solar electrical specialist in South Florida.
Our fully licensed, insured and highly skilled solar contractors ensure that you will receive only outstanding quality and customer service.
Looking forward to green energy that will cut your electric bills? Mr-Solar has aligned itself with a network of experts to advise and consult with you on how to design, install and maintain systems using solar, wind, and/or water energy...
Mr. Solar offers a broad selection of solar water heating systems for residential and commercial use. No matter how much hot water you use, how sunny your location is, or whether you are connected to the power grid, we have a solar...
If you have taken steps to retain your pool’s heat but are still not happy with your heating bills, or if you plan to install a new pool, a solar pool heater may be a good investment. Such heating systems are one of the most cost-effective applications...
Following the sun across the nation, we see first-hand how solar is working for America and meet today's solar generation: the project developers, manufacturers, installers and of course, the clients - the people who are using solar power in its various forms for their homes, businesses and public buildings.
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How Solar Works
When the sun shines onto the solar panels on your roof, they produce Direct Current (DC) electricity.
This DC electricity is transmitted from the solar panels (modules) to an inverter which converts the DC electricity to Alternating Current (AC).
The AC electricity is then transmitted to your home’s distribution system to supply electric power as required throughout the daylight hours. During non-sun light hours, utility power provides the electricity you need.
Excess electricity or electricity that is not being used during the day while you are at work or school is fed back into the power grid.