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Celebrating 40 Years

Join us in 2015 as we celebrate 40 years in business! We will be releasing an entire new product line to take advantage of revolutionary improvements in solar.

PV Solar System

We are pleased to introduce the PV Hot Water Solar System to the Southeast area! Proven to reduce electric bills by up to 60%. Lightweight and does not tie into the power grid. This is our most affordable system.

Federal Tax Credit

Since 2005, the Internal Revenue Service has declared a 30% tax credit for residential solar systems. Call us to see if you qualify.

Knoxville Subsidy Available

The Knoxville area utilities company, KUB, is offering an 18% subsidy to purchase household power conduction.

Grid-Tie System

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Grid-Tie systems connect the solar system directly to the local utility grid. The solar system owner is typically offered a financial incentive by the utility, making it desirable to give the electricity to the utility. In some cases, a new "Solar Meter" is installed next to the existing house electrical meter, to track the amount of electricity produced. The owner is then credited for the solar power produced. Other utilities use a one-meter system where the solar power produced reverses the meter and the balance is billed or credited to the solar system owner. The Photovoltaic (PV) solar panels produce electricity in the form of DC (Direct Current) which is converted to AC (Alternating Current) by an inverter before it is delivered to the local utility grid.

Battery Backup or Off-Grid System

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Battery Back-Up systems, or Off-Grid systems, utilize batteries to store energy produced by the Photovoltaic (PV) solar panels. The energy may then be used at night, during power outages, or any desired time to offset traditional energy consumption. The solar system may or may not be connected to the local utility grid. The solar panels produce electricity in the form of of DC (Direct Current) which is converted to AC (Alternating Current) by an inverter before it is delivered to the local utility grid. In the case of battery storage, the DC electricity is delivered through a charge controller before charging the batteries in order to efficiently and safely charge the batteries. Then, when the electricity from the battery storage is needed, the DC is converted to AC by the inverter and then consumed.

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