Lake side solar project using Silfab Solar panels and SolarEdge inverter
- Bryan J.
- Onsted, MI 49265
- 3,200 sq ft
- Solar PV
- July 2020
- Size of System:
- 11.6 kW
- To generate electricity
- Gross Cost of System:
- Value of Tax Credits:
- Net Cost of System:
- Annual Savings:
- Own or Lease:
- Purchase with Loan
- Additional Financial Notes:
- Dividend finance was flexible with terms. Our system payments will be very close to what our power bill has been $200-$250/mo. After 12 years (loan term) this home will have zero to very minimal power bills.
What You Need to Know
36 panels, placed on rooftop to gather maximum exposure.
The system makes our home more attractive to lake front buyers as compared to other homes on the lake with no solar setup.
Little to none, sweeping snow in winter would aid in winter production.
Efficiency or Sustainability Improvements:
New roof shingles
Knowing we needed new shingles, it was our goal to use the government solar incentive To offset some of that cost.
Get multiple quotes. Ask for the best warranty equipment available.
Experience with Installer:
Our local installers were fantastic and it was all arranged by YellowLite.
Modernizing our lakefront home that was built in the 1990’s is our primary focus. We aim to increase to value of the home for resale when we retire.
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