If you are wondering if solar energy is the right choice for you, why not try leasing a system first. This can reduce your payments dramatically while giving you the same benefits.
If you own your own business, consider installing solar panels to your building. This will help cut your overhead expenses. Solar energy can power your computers, lighting and other office equipment. Additionally, business owners can get tax breaks for installing energy saving green products such as solar panels and solar hot water heaters.
It is vital that the person who installs your solar power system is actually licensed to do so. An installer who is not licensed may install your solar panels incorrectly, or they may violate local regulations. In addition, a licensed installer can provide you with great information about these regulations that an unlicensed installer cannot.
See how to test your solar panel for open voltage and current reading. Results will vary depending on sun strength, time of day, angle of light and temperature.
Always look for a good and qualified contractor to install your solar system. Just because you are having a new technology installed on your home, does not mean that you should look for new contractors. The type of work is very specialized and having a quality contractor with a proven track record is critical to having your system installed properly