The Benefits

Produce Clean Energy with No Money Down:

If you are looking for a clean alternative way to produce electricity for your community without spending a small fortune, there’s never been a better time to go solar.  With all new types of financing available, you now can go solar with no money down.  No cash, no problem.  Bad credit no problem.

Add Value To Your Home:

By going solar, you can expect to see your property value increase.  Why pay the utility company month after month and have nothing show for it.  Why do people choose to buy their homes?  Answer: Because they dont want to rent and have nothing to show for their money they spent.  By going solar, you can own your electric production vs renting it and now have something to show for that money spent.

Tax Credits:

By installing solar panels in your house you are not only helping the earth’s environment but also our country to reserve it’s resources.  In return, the government has made solar products eligible for a 30% tax credit.  It is a dollar for dollar tax credit.  If you have enough income, and pay enough in taxes, 30% of your system cost can be offset dollar for dollar.

Price Protection: 

Get a comparable fixed solar payment that will never go up and that eventually goes away vs an increasing utility payment that never ends.  Anti-inflation on energy is just plain smart.

How Solar Works



When the sun come up, solar panels absorb sunlight and convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. 

  • When sunlight hits the photovoltaic panels, it causes a chemical reaction that releases electrons which makes electric current called direct current (DC) electricity.
  • DC is an electric current flowing in one direction only.

Inverters convert the direct current(DC) to alternating current (AC).

In order to use the electric current that was produced by the panels to power your home appliances, the solar system uses inverter(s) to convert the direct current (DC) electricity to alternating current(AC). 

AC is sent to the electrical panel to power your home appliances.

The electricity that was produced in the panels and  has now been converted to AC, is hooked up to your electric panel and now can be used to power your lights and home appliances.

Excess solar energy produced by the system goes to the grid.

The panels typically produce more power during the day than your actual energy usage. The excessive power produced by the system is sent to the utility grid that is connected to your house. In other words, during the day, your panels will produce enough power to help out the utility company.

When the sun goes down, how do your appliances run?

The utility grid provides you with electricity, and the cost of that electricity is offset by the excess electricity your system produced during the day.  This process is called Net Metering.  All the electricity your system produced during the day that was not used, was sent to the utility grid and the utility company monitors that with a meter that is connected to your solar system and the utility grid so they can credit you that production on your electrical bill. 

Monitoring


The utility grid provides you with electricity, and the cost of that electricity is offset by the excess electricity your system produced during the day This process is called Net Metering.  All the electricity your system produced during the day that was not used, was sent to the utility grid and the utility company monitors that with a meter that is connected to your solar system and the utility grid so they can credit you that production on your electrical bill. 

Solar Add Ons

Sometimes with higher electric bills and smaller rooftops, a stand alone solar system may not save as much as desired.  In these cases, there are some great additional energy saving  products that will help to reduce the amount of total kilowatts usage so that the combination of those products and a smaller solar system based on the smaller rooftop wiil still reached the desired savings goal.