A residential solar energy system uses solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity, which powers homes. Essential components include solar panels, an inverter, and a battery (optional). Solar panels absorb sunlight, converting it into DC electricity. The inverter converts it into AC for household use. A battery stores excess solar energy produced during the day for use at night or during power outages. The system reduces reliance on the grid and is eco-friendly. It may also generate excess energy, sold back to the electric company, further reducing energy bills.
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Polycrystalline solar panels generally have lower efficiencies than monocrystalline cell options because there are many more crystals in each cell meaning less freedom for the