The image above gives a simplified demonstration of how solar panels work. Whether you're in New Mexico or Arizona, the process for installing them is basically similar with some exceptions here and there based on the specific rules with your utility company.
What's the deal with Net Metering?
It varies from state to state and sometimes even within a single utility company. Make sure you contact your local energy providers before going solar, as they will be able take care of this for you if needed - or just let us at White Rhino Solar do it! Click here the image above
to watch our short video on how all things renewable work together in perfect harmony (not really).
The federal government offers tax incentives to any taxpayers who purchase solar systems. The key here is "taxpayer," and this phrase applies only if you're not eligible for the ITC, but it's important that we check with your accountant first! In addition- these benefits aren't available through leasing or purchasing power contracts (PPA), so make sure before committing yourself one way or another what kind of financing will work best based on where their home electricity comes from currently as well how much energy consumption increases over time without additional improvements being made.
The solar energy industry is booming, and we're here to help you understand the different options for generating your own power. Solar panels function basically in one way; however, they vary greatly depending on efficiency (how well a panel convert light into electricity), warranty time frame, wattage output etcetera - so take this opportunity compare them yourself!
3 Main Options:
1. String Inverters
2. String Inverters + Optimizers
*Options 2 & 3 are very similar
The average home would need 3-4 batteries in order to be totally independent from the utility company. And depending on energy consumption and their buy back rates, more may also needed! Batteries are however great because they last a long time so you're not constantly replacing them - plus with some advanced technology we can make sure that these won’t fail when disaster strikes or if there's an emergency situation where power isn't available at all like during storms etcetera
I know this sounds like a really personal question but it's important to ask yourself: Do you want the best deal for your family or what would be most profitable? You should definitely consider looking into solar panels. When I first started selling them, they were more expensive than traditional energy sources-but now with all these new programs from utility companies coming out -it has been worth every penny!
When I had solar installed on my home in 2018, the bills dropped from $272 per month average to approximately $171. Now that my bill is cut in half and stays at that level during summer months- this has been an amazing savings for us!
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