It Is Time to Go Solar
By going solar, you'll be saving time, saving money, and most importantly - saving our planet.
Why Go Solar?
Sustainable and Clean Energy
Solar energy is a clean and renewable energy source that does not produce harmful greenhouse gas emissions or contribute to air pollution
Transitioning to solar power helps individuals, cities, and school districts reduce their carbon footprint and promote environmental sustainability.
Cost Savings and Financial Benefits
Going solar allows individuals, cities, and school districts to save money on their energy bills over the long term.
With solar panels, there is potential for generating surplus energy that can be fed back into the grid, leading to potential financial incentives or credits.
Energy Independence and Resilience
Solar power offers individuals, cities, and school districts greater energy independence by reducing reliance on traditional energy sources and the grid.
By generating their own electricity, they become more resilient to power outages and fluctuations in energy prices
Educational and Community Impact
Implementing solar power in schools and educational institutions provides an opportunity to educate students about renewable energy and sustainability.
Solar installations can serve as visible symbols of commitment to clean energy, inspiring the community and encouraging others to adopt sustainable practices.
How Solar Works?
Solar power works by harnessing the energy from sunlight and converting it into usable electricity. This is achieved through the use of solar panels, which contain photovoltaic (PV) cells that capture sunlight and convert it into direct current (DC) electricity. An inverter then converts the DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity, which can be used to power homes, buildings, and other electrical devices. Solar power systems are typically connected to the local utility grid, allowing excess energy to be fed back into the grid for credits or stored in batteries for later use.
Paperwork & Agreement
Before installing a solar power system, there are some necessary paperwork and agreements to be completed. This includes reviewing and signing contracts, understanding warranties, and potentially applying for any available incentives or rebates. The paperwork and agreement process ensures that all parties involved are clear on the terms and conditions of the solar installation.
Determining site eligibility is an important step in the solar power installation process. This involves assessing factors such as the location, available sunlight, shading issues, roof condition, and structural integrity. Solar experts will evaluate the site to ensure that it is suitable for solar panel installation and maximizes the potential for energy generation.
Installation & Permissions
Once the site is deemed eligible, the installation process begins. This involves mounting the solar panels on the roof or other appropriate locations, connecting the panels with wiring, and installing the necessary inverters and electrical components. Depending on local regulations, permits and permissions may be required, and the installation will be conducted by qualified professionals.
To connect the solar power system to the electrical grid, there is a process of interconnection with the local utility company. This involves installing a bi-directional meter that measures both the energy consumed from the grid and the excess energy exported to the grid. This connection ensures a seamless transition between solar-generated power and grid power as needed.
Once the installation and utility connection are completed, it's time to flip the switch and start enjoying the benefits of solar power! The solar panels will begin generating clean, renewable electricity from sunlight, reducing reliance on traditional energy sources and lowering energy costs. With solar power, individuals, cities, and school districts can contribute to a more sustainable future while enjoying the many advantages of clean energy.