How do I know if switching to solar is a suitable option for my home in Germantown?
The initial steps of site assessment help decide your home’s compatibility for solar panel installation. Our solar specialist conducts an in-depth analysis of your home’s location, the sunlight it receives, and various other factors. All of it enables us to identify if your property is appropriate for solar panel installation or not. This approach helps us in identifying and custom-design the solar panels in a way that suits your requirements.
Will I still receive an electricity bill if I switch to solar energy?
Yes, most homeowners who utilize solar energy will continue to receive an electricity bill from their electric utility company. Your home and solar energy system will remain connected to the electrical grid, and as a result, the utility company will charge a nominal monthly connection fee.
This fee is different from your electricity usage cost. However, the energy generated by your solar system will offset the amount of electricity you draw from the utility, thereby reducing your monthly electricity expenses. There may be months when your system produces more electricity than you consume, resulting in a credit on your electric bill.
Can solar panels operate during a power outage?
Solar panels alone do not function during a power outage unless linked to a battery system. The inclusion of a battery enables surplus energy to be stored and utilized when the solar panels are not actively generating electricity, which proves valuable during nighttime or power outages. At Infinity Energy, we provide solar panels along with batteries to ensure you never have to face power outages. Reach out to us for more information regarding the same.
What are the benefits of residential & commercial solar power in New York?
Whether you opt for a rooftop solar panel mounting system or solar ground mounting Germantown, you will get the following benefits:
- Reduction of energy expenses
- Enhancement of property value
- Contributing to reduced greenhouse gas emissions
- Eligibility for state and federal tax credits
- Incorporating a sustainable and renewable energy source