Are you interested in solar electricity?
chances are you are not the only one thinking on going solar nowadays. The demand for solar has been increasing by 30% in
the U.S in the last few years and it is expected to rise even more as utility rates keep rising and we switch gears towards
a clean energy economy.
Why do we want to generate
power from the sun?
* Clean power means no-emissions
* Lower your electricity bill
Take advantage of federal and state incentives
* Increase the value of your property
* Protect against electric
There are 2 main types of Solar systems:
2. Stand alone or Off-Grid
Off-grid systems are best suited for areas where electrical lines are not accesible for example, a remot cabin in the wilderness.
Even tought off-grid could be implemented into a residential home, the average price of the system can be as much as twice
the price of the grid-tie
How does Grid-tie work?
* You remain connected to the electrical utility lines at all times
installation and less componentes needed for the system
* More affordable than off-grid, dont need a battery bank for
* Very little maintenance is needed
* Never be without power
* Offset need for costly high peak
demand electricity from the utility (summer)
Most common applications for solar power:
Residential grid-tie.- Remain connected to the power lines and sell
your homegrown energy back to the utility.
Residential power back-up.- Dont waste all your food
in your fridge when power lines go down; instead, install a super efficient fridge or freezer that run solely on solar power.
Other applications are lighting, computers, etc.
Water pumping.- Remote location? no problem.
Solar pumps can lift up to 200 feet and move up to 50 gallons per minute.
Solar lighting.- Need
to light a dark space? Power anything from a small 5 watt bulb up to a street light.
If you are interested in any
of these services, please give us a call at (308) 293-3407 and we will be glad to answer any of your questions.
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