Solar system installations are in fact mini power plants. Systems can be tied either to your electric utility grid (grid-tied), off-grid and backed up by battery, or a combination of both. When grid-tied systems produce more electricity than is used, the excess electricity gets pushed back out onto the grid contributing to the utilities over-all production. Credit is issued to the solar system owner by the utility for the excess power produced through net metering programs.
TO GET STARTED, CONTACT A SOLAR INSTALLER NEAR YOU.
Whether you have a residential or commercial solar project in mind, you can get started by contacting a solar installer. An installer will:
• Conduct a site assessment of your property
• Determine your energy needs
• Guide you through financing options
• Help you navigate local, State, and Federal solar financial incentives*
*Through what are some of the most robust incentives in the nation residents of Washington State can pay off their solar system investment in as little as 6 years by using made-in-Washington solar products.
SOLAR INSTALLERS THAT WORK WITH OUR PRODUCTS.