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Congratulations! Your solar system is now installed and ready to be activated. Just a few more steps to go.

1. Schedule and Pass the Solar Inspection

Once your solar installation is done, a solar inspection is needed to ensure it meets safety standards and local rules. Here's how to get it done:

- Contact your local building department: They'll tell you what inspections are needed and how to set them up.

- Make an appointment: Call your local building department with the info you need, and set up a time for the inspection.

- Get ready: Before the inspection, make sure your solar setup is easy to reach, and you have any tools or equipment needed.

- Be present for the inspection: On inspection day, make sure someone is there to let the inspector check out your solar system. They usually give you a 4-hour window.

After the inspection, you'll get a report on any issues found. If there are problems, you might need to fix them before your solar system is approved.

2. Complete the Interconnection

You've already done the paperwork and got the permit from your utility company. Now that the solar system is in, it's time to get permission to turn it on.

Usually, you don't need an onsite utility inspection. Most utility companies accept the building department's inspection report. But there's a small chance of a final inspection to double-check everything is safe.

3. Set Up Monitoring

For your solar to work well, you need a monitoring system. This helps you catch issues and keeps your system running smoothly.

If you've set up the monitoring equipment that came with your solar kit, follow these steps:

- Connect to the internet: Many systems need the internet to send data to the monitoring platform. Make sure you're online and connect your equipment to your home network.

- Register your system: Once your monitoring equipment is set up and online, sign up with the monitoring provider. You might need to share info about your solar system.

- Get alerts: Many systems send alerts about problems, like low energy production or broken parts. Set up alerts so you know about issues right away.

- Keep an eye on things: Once your monitoring is set up, check it regularly to make sure it's producing enough energy and everything's working well.

4. Do Regular Maintenance

Solar panels don't need much maintenance, but it's important to keep them clean and clear. Here's a quick checklist:

- Check for debris: Regularly look for leaves, dirt, or bird droppings that could block sunlight. Clean your panels with a soft brush and mild soap if needed.

- Look for damage: Check your panels, wiring, and hardware for any wear and tear. Replace anything damaged.

- Check the inverter: This important part turns solar power into usable energy. Make sure it's working and generating the right amount of power.

- Battery check: If you have a battery backup, keep an eye on it. Replace any batteries that aren't working.

- Monitor the monitoring: Don't forget to regularly check your monitoring system. This can help catch errors that might affect your data.

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