The diagram below shows how solar panels can be used to provide electricity for domestic use. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
This picture illustrates the process by which electric power is generated by using solar panels for home use. Overall, this entire process of producing electrical energy consists of five stages, beginning with the solar panel and ending with the utility grid.
In the first stage, solar panels are installed on the house, which absorb sun rays and generates DC current as an output. In the second stage, an inverter, which is fitted on the house wall, is used to convert the direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC), and it also controls the electricity and production. Then, AC current is distributed to the people’s homes with the help of an electrical panel.
In the next stage, a utility meter is used to flow any excess solar electricity back to the grid through the meter. Finally, the electric grid can provide electricity when you exceed the amount produced by your solar panels.
In short, this process requires a lot of electrical equipment to generate, transfer, and control the electricity.
The diagram illustrates how solar panels generate electricity for domestic users. Overall, electricity generation is divided into five steps, and each phase has different works.
To create electricity in domestic areas, we require different- different equipment. First of all, a good source of solar energy than solar panels. We can place these solar panels on the rooftop. When sunlight hits the surface of solar panels, it converts this sunlight into DC current.
Secondly, we need to place an inverter which is connected to these solar panels and helps to convert DC current into AC current. It also helps control the amount of electricity production. Now distribution comes into the picture; with the help of an electrical panel, ac currently distributes to people’s homes. Utility meter help to flow back to the grid of electricity.
In the end, the utility grid helps to produce that amount of electricity from solar panels, which is required by home appliances.