Overall, we help you determine what system is best for you.
We do necessary assessments and based on your specific needs, we design the system, build it, and integrate it so that all you have to do is enjoy its benefits.
We assess your annual consumption with recommendation on a renewable energy solution to fit your needs.
We will perform a site assessment to determine the best solar electric system and module placement to optimize energy harvesting. Using computer modeling and software programs, we will then calculate your annual savings.
A solar shade analysis is not only important in order to maximize your solar energy harvesting, but most states require a shade study in order to qualify for grant monies. To qualify for clean energy grants, the solar electric system qualifications must include a shade study analysis that deduces the sun will hit the solar modules 70% of the year.
Based on gathered information and your electric bill costs, we will give you a one page proposal that will provide you with an idea of cost, the offset of your electricity, payback, and savings of a proposed solar electric system. A more comprehensive proposal can be constructed after the initial proposal is approved.
Solar Renewable Energy
Earth and Air Technologies will sell renewable energy credits generated from your system, so that you don't have to worry about maintaining the SREC portfolio or brokerage of these certificates. All you have to do is enjoy the benefit of receiving the check from the sale of your SRECs. For example, a 20kw solar electric residential system in Maryland can bring in more than $7,500 in annual, tax-free revenue. A 500kw solar electric system in New Jersey can bring in more than $500,000 in annual revenue. This is in addition to annual production savings from your system. These findings are based on trading in January 2011 and are in addition to annual production savings from your system.
A building permit is required in most jurisdictions for new construction or additional construction on existing structures. The Solar installation must be inspected during and after construction to ensure compliance with national, regional, and local building codes. We prepare and submit all necessary plans for permitting to the appropriate jurisdiction.