Time For Solar Power
Solar power is no longer the energy solution of the future – it’s the energy solution of the present. Installing solar panels on your home or business provides you with clean, powerful energy that has never been more affordable.
Harnessing the power of the sun and utilizing solar energy is not only a sustainable practice, it’s also renewable, which means that the power it provides is infinite. And what’s more, utilizing solar power creates zero emissions and minimizes the collective dependence on (limited) fossil fuels. It’s good for you, good for your home, good for your business, good for your wallet, and good for the environment. That’s a lot of “wins.”
Solar Power Benefits
Solar Panel Technology is More Affordable Than Ever
Once a cost-prohibitive solution for small homes, solar arrays are being installed at a rapid rate today. The technology is extremely efficient and powerfully effective. And the cost is at an all-time low, making it attainable for a project of any size, from a small, single family home, to the largest enterprise corporation.
When you combine federal and local rebates and incentives with aggressive financing options, you can’t lose on this investment. You can only win. In today’s world, solar power installations are more affordable than ever. It’s fair to imagine a life without a utility bill. Take a look at our Solar Energy Solutions now.
In a nutshell, net metering stems from a system in which solar panels or other renewable energy generators are connected to a public-utility power grid and surplus power is transferred onto the grid, allowing customers to offset the cost of power drawn from the utility partially, or in full. The monthly bill from the applicable public-utility company that a residence or business is tied to will reflect the “net” energy usage (i.e., the difference between the energy used during the billing period and the energy that was produced by the renewable energy generator).
How Net Metering Works
On the surface, it seems pretty simple. Capture the sun’s rays with a solar panel (or an array of panels); convert it into energy for use in your home or business.
There are a few added steps, but that’s the gist of it…
Our solar panel arrays are installed under the guise of net metering. Check out the following infographic for a visual representation of how your prospective system will operate.