High efficiency monocrystalline modules, made in the USA. Backed by a 10 year product warranty and a 25 year performance guarantee. We use a couple of other brands as well, such as Panasonic and Hyundai, depending on customer needs and budget, however SolarWorld modules are our 1st choice and most widely used photovoltaic (PV) modules.
With unmatched price for performance, SolarEdge blends the flexibility and panel level performance and monitoring of the micro inverter with the reliability and efficiency of a string inverter. The SolarEdge three-fold architecture consists of power optimizers which perform module level power point tracking, a very reliable Inverter, and Internet communications for module-level monitoring and yield reporting. We extend the 12 year inverter warranty to 25 years. The Optimizers also come with a standard 25 year warranty.
Enphase is another great solution for many sites. Micro inverters make each panel function independently, like SolarEdge. Enphase is a great for smaller systems and sites that don't have room to mount a string inverter. Internet communications for yield monitoring and reporting is included. Enphase micro-inverters come with a standard 25 year warranty.
While MECO's Net Metering program has been closed, we still have three other Solar PV options with an average payback time period of 4-7 years!
Four Simple Steps to Success:
Contact Pacific Energy to schedule an appointment to evaluate your home and answer any questions you may have. We will design a solar system to meet your needs and send you a proposal for the solar project detailing costs, savings with tax incentives, equipment and warranties. There is no obligation and no cost for the consultation and proposal.
If you are satisfied with the proposal, we will submit your Solar PV application to MECO for approval. There is no obligation and no cost for the submitting application.
Once we receive your approval from MECO and you have an installation date in mind, we will send you an installation agreement. Once you are satisfied with the agreement and have signed it, we schedule your installation date and obtain the necessary electrical permits and HOA approvals. Then we install your PV system. There will be a short waiting period as the county and MECO conduct their inspections. During this time, we will connect your PV system up to an internet monitoring system. This will allow you to monitor how much energy your Solar system is generating.
Once County and MECO have completed their inspections we turn your Solar PV system on! Now you can relax and enjoy your savings and knowing that you are helping the environment.
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