What happens to my solar power system at night?
Let's say your solar system is in the afternoon. What you will see, there's literally a performance curve from the early morning where the electricity generation ramps up.
Usually in the middle of the day it's the highest performance and it goes back down.
Where the sun is coming down six, seven, eight, o'clock, your system will automatically shut out.
There's no activity in the system during night.
And then in the next morning, by five, six o'clock, as the sun comes up, your system will start up again. It will be all automatic. You didn't have to turn on or off anything. It basically just runs on its own. But at night there's no performing.