Solar Basics

How solar power (PV) works

The sun shines on the solar panels generating DC electricity.
The DC electricity is fed into a solar inverter that converts it to 240V 50Hz AC electricity.
The 240V AC electricity is used to power appliances in your home.
Surplus electricity is fed back into the main grid.

Whenever the sun shines (and even in overcast weather), the solar cells generate electricity. The grid connect inverter converts the DC electricity produced by the solar panels into 240V AC electricity, which can then be used by the property/household.

Most electricity companies will meter the electricity fed into the grid by your system and provide a credit on your bill. How much you are paid is determined by the rules and rates for your grid. Contact us now to find that out.

As all of the components in a grid connect system have no moving parts, you can expect a long and hassle free life from your solar power system. Generous government solar rebates and incentives mean you can also save thousands on a grid connect system for a limited time.


Ohio gets a C overall but future policy changes and local incentives will quickly move it to B! Solar power is a viable option in Ohio. See how much you can save with Solar!


We offer flexible financing options to help you achieve the benefits of solar energy within your budget. You can start enjoying the advantages of solar energy today.

This is the optimal way to get your system, and will provide the fastest ROI with governmental and state production-based benefits. We’ll work directly with you to identify any government incentives and rebates, and will help you receive tax credits for your purchase.

Going solar means you’ll be paying less for solar energy than you’re currently paying for electricity from your utility. Lock-in rates NOW.

The Dynamic Solution locks in low and predictable rates so you know what you’ll be paying year after year. Leave all the paperwork to us!


There are advantages and disadvantages to every situation we encounter. Dynamic Solar Power will explore the + / - to aid you in making an informed decision. Below are a few things to consider before you go solar!



  • Doesn't work for every roof type
  • Not ideal if you're about to move
  • Out of pocket costs can be expensive
  • Low electricity costs = lower savings
  • Finding local reliable solar installers

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