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Solar Installation Whitepapers

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How to Maximize the ROI of Solar

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Solar Installation Timeline

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Penngrove, CA – Solar Project Case Study

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 The Ultimate Guide to Home Solar

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Maximize the ROI of Solar

The primary purpose of this whitepaper is to focus on the costs and savings associated with residential and commercial solar installation and not utility scale installations.

Today, individual homes and businesses are capable of acting as their own power generation stations, and selling their excess power back to their local utility (if they so choose). By generating your own power, you can offset 80% – 100% of your utility bill.

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Solar Installation Timeline

Solar, like any project, is associate with a timeline. The vast majority of solar installations fall under a standard timeline, but there are several that will fall under a rapid or custom installation timeline.

The various pieces of every solar installation are relatively constant, it is the length in between the pieces that can vary form installation to installation.

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Solar Case Study – Penngrove, CA

In the small town of Penngrove, CA, a few minutes drive from Sonoma State University, our homeowner Bill decided it was time to stop paying high electric rates, and start generating his own clean energy. We fit him with a custom system to meet his energy needs.

The new system provides Bill with clean, reliable energy at affordable, and predictable, prices. In fact, the energy produced by this system is estimated to save Bill nearly…

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The Ultimate Guide to Home Solar

What’s all the fuss about? Why are you being bombarded by advertisements urging you to go solar now? How does it work and how much can you save?

Solar panels offer a way of generating your own power at a cheaper cost than electricity offered by your utility (in many states). In some places, like California and Hawaii, the savings can be large. In other places, like many Midwestern states, power is still cheap enough from the utility provider that solar is a less viable investment.

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