Grid-Tied Solar Systems
How Do Solar Grid-Tied Systems Work?
Grid-tied systems are the most popular choice for both residential and commercial properties. Unlike off-grid solar systems, grid-tied systems allow you to generate energy using solar while maintaining your existing connection to the utility’s electrical grid and without the high cost of batteries. When your solar produces more power than your home needs, the excess energy is sent out to the grid through your utility meter. The exported energy is reported to your utility provider through meter read and is added as a credit on your account.
Solar racking is mounted directly to the roof. This system is ideal for buildings with good exposure to the sun with few obstructions and little shading. The roofing substrate should be in good condition prior to installing solar.
Ideal for larger energy needs, ground-mounted systems can be positioned to maximize your solar energy generation.
Benefits of Grid-Tied Solar
Grid-tied solar reduces your energy costs without sacrificing your lifestyle. With no batteries to maintain and 25-year solar module performance warranties, you benefit from a secured long-term cost of energy, increased property value, and a reduced carbon footprint. Stop renting your power and own it instead!
High-Quality Solar Grid-Tie Systems
Unlike other solar companies, at Empower Energy, we look forward to helping you save money and improve the environment. We take pride in each and every install; continually striving for perfection. We recognize that solar is a long-term investment, and work hard to build you a quality system that will ensure you stress-free operation. Every solar grid-tie system we install is custom-designed to fit your budget and to meet your energy needs.
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