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Quality Craftsmanship and Guaranteed Results


  • Federal Tax Benefits (FTIC)

    • 26% of your total project costs (including equipment, permitting and installation) can be claimed as a credit on your federal tax return. The solar tax credit steps down to 22% in 2021, and eventually 10% in 2022.

  • Net Energy Metering 

    • Net metering typically means that any month where the system over produces, it will allow those credits to roll over continuously.

    • In most instances, it automatically spins the meter backwards allowing for extra power to be consumed in a different month. 

  • Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SREC)

    • SRECs are a solar incentive that allows homeowners to sell certificates for energy to their utility.

    • SRECs can result in a credit of up to 60% of the total cost of the system, back to the customer in the form of a check.

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  • Lower Energy Bills

    • Reduce power bills by 90% with no self-maintenance required. 

  • Increased Home Value

    • Increase home value by 20% (Berkeley National Labs)

  • Stock Market vs Solar Systems

    • A solar system can help a customer hedge against other investments, with less volatility.


Green Energy

  • Generating green energy that is overall safer for the environment

  • Diversifying energy supply and reducing dependence on fossil fuels

  • Creating "green" economic development and jobs using renewable energy​

  • Reduces Carbon Footprint by 4.08 metric tons 40.79 metric tons of CO2e for businesses

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General Information

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  • Start earning money back on the solar system immediately.

  • The combination of rising electricity rates, affordable solar, and the carbon footprint reduction movement makes this the perfect time to go solar.

  • Producing your own energy and reducing bills is achievable for all who make the switch to go solar.

  • Grid Tied systems still allow for power from utility in case consumption is higher than solar production

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