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How Solar works in your home

Solar for homes is more affordable and achievable than you may think. With solar tax credits, $0-down financing options, and rock-solid warranties, you can reduce your carbon footprint and increase your home’s value with residential solar power.



  1. Solar energy is absorbed by solar panels and converted into DC (Direct Current), the DC current then exits the panel into the micro-inverter

  2. Each solar panel is mounted with an Enphase microinverter tucked underneath it. The inverter converts the DC current into AC current (Alternative Current) and it is now ready for your home's use.

  3. The combiner box holds interconnection equipment into a weatherproof compartment box along with the Enphase Envoy-S integrated for production metering and consumption monitoring. The electricity then travels to the main service panel and is distributed to your home breakers for use.

  4. Any excess electricity after house has been powered then goes back into the grid where a credit will be given by utility company for all excess electricity for the month. This is monitored by a bi-directional meter that is installed by your utility company


VILU offers a variety of options for homeowners looking to go solar. The decision to invest in a solar and energy management system for your home involves several factors. Most homeowners look at upfront costs, potential volume of power that can be generated, leasing options vs. purchase, and energy bill savings. Every home and property is different, with different variables affecting how the system will be designed, and how much power it will produce. That’s why the solar experts at Erus know the ins and outs of all of these factors. We have helped thousands of customers take advantage of clean, renewable energy, and save a lot on their energy bills by reducing, producing, and monitoring their energy.

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