It is easier than you think to create a solar environment for your home.
At Conservation Technologies, we have been working in this field since 1994. Our staff is
NABCEP certified (North American Board of Certified Electrical Practitioners) and can meet with you to answer all your questions.
Some things you will want to consider ~
There are several financial incentives that will help you make a great decision as to which program will best serve you.
Types of installation that will work with such things like the type of roof your home had, and will you be Off-Grid, or Grid Tide. We can answer all these questions for you.
Free Site Assessment
Custom Design & Installation
Incentive & Rebate Filing
Ongoing Support & Warranty
The Technologies behind a Booming Energy Sector For Your Business.
Solar power—clean, reliable, and increasingly affordable—is experiencing remarkable growth across the United States and is transforming how and where we produce the electricity vital to modern society.
Today’s electricity system suffers from a number of critical problems related to the environmental and health effects of extracting and burning fossil fuels such as coal and, natural gas, and the volatility of fossil fuel prices.
Solar power has the potential to supply a rapidly growing amount of electricity that is environmentally and economically attractive, nationwide.
Unlike fossil fuels, solar panels generate electricity with no air or carbon pollution, solid waste, or inputs other than sunlight.
If you are interested in discussing solar energy, products, and services for your home or business, please contact us. We will answer all your questions and move you in a solar direction for more a more energy efficient future.
Community Solar is an electric system that, through a voluntary program, provides power and/or financial benefit to, or is owned by, multiple community members.
Community Solar advocates are driven by the recognition that the on-site solar market comprises only one part of the total market for solar energy. A 2008 study by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory found that only 22 to 27% of residential rooftop area is suitable for hosting an on-site photovoltaic (PV) system after adjusting for structural, shading, or ownership issues.
Clearly, community options are needed to expand access to solar power for renters, those with shaded roofs, and those who choose not to install a residential system on their home for financial or other reasons. Fairness also supports expanding programs in ways that increase options for participation. As a group, ratepayers and/or taxpayers fund solar incentive programs.
Accordingly, as a matter of equity, solar energy programs should be designed in a manner that allows all contributors to participate.