Excess energy produced by your solar panels during the day is sent to the utility grid. You receive the power back at night from the utility after the sun has gone down. Storage batteries are a option for those who want them
Excess energy produced by your solar panels during the day is sent to the utility grid. You receive the power back at night from the utility after the sun has gone down. Storage batteries are an option for those who want them.
The amount of savings when going solar varies from state to state in accordance with local utility costs. With ECG Solar as your solar provider, you can be certain that your utility costs will be less than what you are currently paying. When you contact ECG Solar, a representative will help you understand what you can expect to save by going solar in your area.
You will receive one bill from your utility company. You will receive one bill for your solar panels, depending on the financial options chosen. The total cost will be less than what you are currently paying for energy.
If the power goes out in your area, systems tied to the grid go out also. It is not safe to send power out to the grid where workers are attempting to fix a power outage problem. Panels do not store power for your home. Ask your Solar rep about storage solutions!
After solar panels are installed on your home, you begin producing power. Any excess power your home doesn’t use will be sent back to your utility company. Your electric meter will run backward. You will feed excess energy to the utility company during the day and then receive it back during the nighttime, at no cost.
Normally installation takes less than 1 day, and occasionally it can take up to 2 days if it’s a very large system. We take care of everything involved in the installation of your system, including system design and all applicable permits and inspections.
Several studies have shown that installing solar panels immediately adds value to your home and can help it sell faster. Don’t take our word for it; read about it in this article, Solar Panels and Home Values – The New York Times (nytimes.com).