Solar PV (Photovoltaic is the direct generation of electricity using the power of the sun. Solar cells are combined together to form modules (panels). The modules are wired together to form an array, DC power is sent to an inverter that converts it to clean AC power that supplies your main electrical system.
By connecting the inverter system directly to grid power, there is no need for batteries. Net metering allows generated power to be fed into the grid, allowing the meter to accumulate credits that you can use at night or days with heavy cloud cover.
Once these systems are installed, they are ready to go. We can install solar PV systems with a seamless integration that are mounted on the roof or ground to optimize location. Our process of roof-mounting is minimally invasive and installations are performed by qualified technicians.
We provide high-quality solar PV panels. Aside from looking cleaner, they are more efficient, are built with higher-quality materials and they last longer than cheaper alternatives. Your return on investment will be higher and its benefits will be long lasting.
All of our solar PV products come with warranties and last for decades with little to no service calls!
A 10kW solar system can prevent over 12 tons of carbon dioxide from being emitted into the atmosphere every year. That would be over 360 tons over the life of the system.
One reason many people are interested in Solar PV is for concerns of the environment. However, Solar PV is not just for the eco-conscious.
Adding a system to your property can increase its value if you ever decide to sell. It can cut your energy costs substantially.
As many people have thought about adding Solar PV to their home, they were once told that they need a battery system and are high maintenance... that is no longer the case.
Direct connection to the utility is the best method of using the sun's energy. This allows us to connect your system to the utility company's grid. When you need extra energy, you pull it from the grid; when you produce extra energy, you push it back and receive credit on your bill.
By state law, Indiana requires private utilities to provide a Net-Metering program to its power-producing customers. Local city and coop utilities are not mandated by the state to provide a net-metering program, but many are taking the initiative on their own and providing options to their residents.
There is currently a Federal Tax Credit available for residential solar installations. 26% of the total installed cost can be reimbursed through a tax credit, as long as you have federal tax liabilities. A property tax exemption can also be applied in Indiana.