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Who go Solar

It’s a great way to save money and help the environment.

We all know that coal and petroleum products produce pollution. Solar power is clean and very environmentally friendly

Why go solar? Paying the electric company is not a pleasant experience when the cost only grows over time. Don’t waste your hard earned money on electricity when you can cut that expense now and generate your own clean free energy! Most utilities force heavy electricity consumers to pay at a higher rate than “baseline” consumers.

Home solar arrays are typically sized to offset higher usage so that the remaining electricity you’re buying is at the lower baseline rate. A typical array will produce enough to cover 50 to 100 percent of your electricity consumption.

Contrary to popular belief, you can still have solar power on a cloudy day. The sun’s radiation penetrates through clouds, so your solar panels can still absorb energy from the sun. In fact, some studies have shown that solar panels perform better when the sun is not scorchingly hot. An overcast day provides a cool environment for your panels while still allowing them to absorb solar energy.


Solar Panels Harvest The Sun’s Energy
As sunlight hits the photovoltaic cells, electrons jump creating a flow of DC power. Panels are linked together to form strings that create solar energy.

Solar Energy Is Converted Into Power You Can Use
The DC energy travels to an inverter (either a Micro Inverter located on each individual panel, or a String Inverter usually located in your garage, basement, or exterior wall). Here, the direct current (DC) is chopped up into alternating current (AC) that you can use in your home.

Lights On, Lights Off
Once the power is inverted into AC, it travels to your electrical panel and goes on to feed any appliances, devices, or lights you have on in your house. You are now powered with solar!



    Lower electricity bills for the long term -- consumption from the grid is reduced to nights and cloudy days.


    Protection against rising utility costs -- solar energy costs less than conventional electricity in most markets, especially those with a centralized utility.


    Clean, sustainable energy -- join the solar revolution and do something good for the environment while saving money

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