According to wikipedia; a solar micro-inverter is a plug-and-play device used in photovoltaics, that converts direct current (DC) generated by a single solar module to alternating current (AC).
I can understand the benefits of having micro-inverters on every panel increases efficiency for a number of reasons; owing to moving AC is more efficient than DC and their MPPT capabilities.
The question that I wanted to ask is, how do you create micro-inverter strings?
Let's say you have 10 panels rated at 300 watts, each tracking their maximum power point. Now each micro-inverter outputs 110v AC.
That's 10 panels each outputting 110v AC. How do you combine those AC output?