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Jeff Redwine

“They always did their best to answer my many questions to my satisfaction. I also think they went beyond what they were required to do to ensure I was satisfied with the production.”

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Description:

This grid-tied system with battery backup is net metered by Duke Energy through their residential rate rider. • Interter: Schneider Electric (Xantrex) Xantrex XW6048 Gridtie/Offgrid solar inverter • Solar Panels: 18-250Watt Mono Crystalline Helios: 9 panels comprise 2.25kW top of pole mount array, and 9 panels are roof-mounted with SnapNRack • Solar Attic Fan: 20W Solar Attic Breeze Attic Fan

Other Benefits:

The owner texted us to say he did not even realize that the utility company had lost power all morning when the grid went down in the winter. This family stayed warm with geothermal, solar heating, and a grid-tied solar electric generator. “They always did their best to answer my many questions to my satisfaction. I also think they went beyond what they were required to do to ensure I was satisfied with the production.”

Additional Notes:

We design & install solar solutions like this PV Array & Solar Thermal Collector installed in Rural Hall, near Winston Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina

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