Increase your property value with a solar installation. Why is a solar installation desirable? It’s going to lower your operating cost of occupying your space, by directly reducing the amount of utility energy your facility uses.
That’s far from the only upside of investing in solar for your business, and we are happy to take the time to help you understand all the benefits of going solar.
We start with a remote analysis and explaining to you the general benefits applicable to your company. We can do this overview by teleconference or in person. Once there is a real potential we will complete a site visit and a proposal based on accurate data.
We are a One-Stop-Shop for solar projects and complete a feasibility study, design, permitting, freight and the installation of your money saving solar project.
Once the installation is complete, we will take care of the interconnection, the validation by the inspector, the sREC registration and the Maintenance & Monitoring of your solar system. We perform yearly preventive maintenance and check the mechanical and electrical connections and clean your system. Do provide you with detailed reporting on your system’s energy production.
Solar panels can be placed on your roof (or can be placed on the ground near the building) ideally facing close to south for the best results. The solar panels are made up of cells that collect sunlight to make DC (direct current) electricity.
It is important that the panels have access to light. We’ll determine if there are any trees or structures that impede full exposure. We do this virtually using 3D modeling software.
Inverters then take the DC electricity from the panels and convert it into the AC (alternating current) electricity, which your home’s appliances use. The inverters are tied directly to your electrical panel to power your home. Your inverter has internet connectivity and will tell you exactly how much power is being produced by your solar array using a solar data collection and monitoring system.
Instead of your normal electric usage meter your electricity provider will issue you a new net meter. If you are generating more electricity than you use, the surplus electricity flows through the meter back to the grid as a credit on your account, which shows on your next bill – and that energy is used in your neighborhood to meet other homes’ energy demand. The meter will also spin backward when you produce more than you consume, reducing your utility bills.
As your system begins to produce its own solar power, you will rely less and less on the electricity provided from your local utility company. That will result a substantial decrease in your monthly power bills.