Answer: Yes, we can remove it. We are happy to give you a quote at any time showing the cost to remove and reinstall the system, should the need arise. If moving the system to a different location, other charges would apply. Keep in mind that any estimate about energy production your solar system are [...]
It doesn’t have to be completely sunny for your panels to produce electricity. In bad weather, your panel production won’t be 100%, but they will still be producing power. The exception is a snowstorm. If it snows enough for there to be a significant accumulation on your panels, no energy will be produced. However, snow [...]
Can I monitor how much electricity my system is producing? What if I don’t have an internet connection?
Answer: Yes – Cellular connectivity is possible We offer monitoring for every single system that we install, and have options for monitoring with a cellular signal for those without a reliable broadband internet connection. While there is always the potential for data lag from the solar data servers to impact your instantaneous solar production monitoring, [...]
Answer: Yes We will manage all the paperwork to register a system with the utility and public service commission, in order to obtain your net meter and interconnect your system to the electricity grid. This means that you’ll be able to benefit from accruing credit on your utility account when your solar produces more energy [...]
Yes, typically. Your solar power system generates electricity when the sun is out, during the peak hours of demand. But your utility will continue to supply your electricity at night and at other times when you are using more electricity than you are generating.
Answer: 20 days from signing to installation followed by interconnection and activation. From contract signing to system installation can take as little as 20 days during which time we will design your final system, process your permits, purchase the components, and get everything ready for the installation day. After installation, your system will typically take another [...]
Ipsun Power consistently beats the competition for speed of installation. Where many solar providers are 4-6 months out on their installations, Ipsun Power can schedule your installation within 1-2 months, while the actual installation typically takes 1-2 days.
Will a solar power system generate enough electricity for my home/business and does the electricity work differently?
After performing a free consultation, our solar assessment specialists will recommend a system that will function at the capacity you and your home require for complete efficiency. The electricity generated by your system is connected seamlessly into your existing electrical panel and is sent back to the utility grid when you generate more than you use. [...]
Answer: We have roofing partners The best time to install a new roof is when you install a solar system, as it allows you to receive the Federal Investment Tax Credit of 30% on both the roof and the solar system. That means that you receive a very large discount not just on your solar [...]
Extra solar produced by your system is measured before being sent into the grid. Once sent in, it will offset your future electricity use and costs.