Does a solar system make power in a blackout or when the grid is down?

Solar-powered homes are still “grid-tied,” meaning they must send power back to the utility’s grid. In the case of a power outage, UL Code requires that inverters shut down and not produce power for the safety of utility workers. Going solar will not interfere with homeowners who have or wish to install a generator.


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