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Solar Panels

It Is Time to Go Solar

By going solar, you'll be saving time, saving money, and most importantly - saving our planet.

Why Go Solar?

Environment

Better for the Environment

Each kilowatt-hour (kWh) of solar that is generated will substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions like CO2, as well as other dangerous pollutants such as sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides and particulate matter.  Solar also reduces water consumption and withdrawal.

Solar Savings

Cost Cutting

Financial returns and lower monthly utility bills are major incentives for going solar. The exact savings you will see with solar depends on the following: 

  • Electricity consumption

  • Solar energy system size

  • Whether you purchase or lease your system

  • Direct hours of daily sunlight

  • Size and angle of roof

  • Local electricity rates

A solar electric system provides an opportunity for anyone who is looking to reduce monthly utility bills and make a long-term, low-risk investment.

Home Value

Increased Home Value

Solar panels are viewed as upgrades, like a renovated kitchen or a finished basement, so purchasing a solar energy system will likely increase your home’s value. Studies show that homeowners pay a premium for a solar home; one study by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory showed that on average, solar increased the value of a home by about $15,000. Although market factors like electricity rates and system size may impact the size of the premium, solar homes can sell for more than homes without PV. Learn more about solar and real estate.

Tax Credits

Tax Reductions and state incentives

Incentives on residential solar energy are what makes the whole difference, and they are the main reason why solar energy has become so accessible to many. Yes, switching to solar energy is a major decision when it comes to finance, but right now you have the great advantage of reducing the final price of solar equipment by at least 30 percent thanks to numerous incentive programs offered by the federal and/or state governments

Solar improvements

How Solar Works?

Solar radiation is light – also known as electromagnetic radiation – that is emitted by the sun. While every location on Earth receives some sunlight over a year, the amount of solar radiation that reaches any one spot on the Earth’s surface varies. Solar technologies capture this radiation and turn it into useful forms of energy.

Solar power works by converting energy from the sun into power. There are two forms of energy generated from the sun for our use – electricity and heat.

Both are generated through the use of solar panels, which range in size from residential rooftops to ‘solar farms’ stretching over acres of rural land.

he Earth’s surface varies. Solar technologies capture this radiation and turn it into useful forms of energy.

Solar Eclipse

Let's get started!

Utility bill

Collect Utility bill 

Consultation

Review your Proposal and financing

Solar Panels

Installation & Permits

Utility Pole
Utility Connection

Utility Connection

Permission to operate

Solar On!

Solar install
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