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Solar Energy is clean, abundant and renewable.  Installing a solar photovoltaic system can help reduce your energy consumption and provide a hedge against rising electric rates.

How a Solar Energy System works:
 
1 Solar Modules are the main component.  Multiple modules are connected together creating a solar array.  The larger the array, the more electricity your solar energy system produces.  In most cases, these arrays are affixed to your facility’s roof.  Sunlight is converted into DC power through the solar cells.
   
2 The DC power generated by the solar modules enters a power inverter that converts it to AC power, which is the same type of electricity that comes from the utility grid.
   
3 The AC power then goes to your electrical service panel and is distributed throughout your facility.
   
4 The electric company’s utility grid provides electricity automatically when you need it. If your solar energy system generates more power than you use, your utility meter passes excess through your meter and back into the utility grid. This creates a “Net-Effect” where your meter actually spins backwards and you gain the credit from your utility company.
 
Take advantage of government incentives.  In addition to the federal investment tax credit, state and local incentives can provide financial assistance as well.

There are many considerations to determine before implementing a solar energy system. A proper installation requires knowledge of the many intricacies that go into installing photovoltaic power systems such as module array design, string sizing and shading loss.

Contact us to schedule a free no-obligation analysis to determine if solar is feasible for your facility.
 

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