Frequently Asked Questions
Solar PPA stands for Solar Power Purchase Agreement and you pay for power generated by solar panels when you pay some money down and you receive a flat rate or yearly increase on your PPA electricity and can benefit for tiered rates.
Solar Lease means you usually have no money down and pay a flat leasing fee that rises every year by a certain percentage, in addition to the leftover utility bill. With this option, you can take advantage of tiered rates as well.
Understanding how solar energy works is simple. Solar panels absorb the energy the sun emits and converts it into the energy we need to power our cars, homes, and more.
Once we have come to the conclusion that solar is the right choice for your home or business our certified solar experts will perform the solar installation once an appointment to come in for installation has been created.
We have a mission and promise to educate clients on renewable energy to help them define their goals, analyze all solar options, and make the best decisions for them at an exceptional value that works with their budget.
Tiered utility rates are a structure in which the more electricity that is consumed, the higher the rate may get. You are distributed a certain amount of power (kilowatt-hours) in each tier. Once you have reached your maximum amount in the tier, you move into the next highest tier.
Depending on the size of your home depends on the design and amount of solar panels you may need. The number of panels you need depends on the size of your home, how much energy you use on average, how much solar radiation you receive, and how much direct sun hits your roof.
Solar panels have a lifespan of 25-30 years and usually come with a warranty which makes them incredibly reliable.