I was exploring installing Solar on and off for a few years, and finally in early spring, I decided to go all in. I reached out to a bunch of vendors from the really big players to the really small ones and finally decided on Green Power.
I did a pretty good amount of financial modeling and doing Solar in NJ seemed like a no-brainer, especially considering how long I am planning to stay in this house.
Tim DeSevo reached out to me with his proposal. The price that Green Power offered was one of the most competitive with best of the breed equipment. I reached out to Tim over e-mail/text messages/phone calls quite a few times and he was very patient in explaining the process and answered ALL my questions to my satisfaction.
Finally I decided on Green Power as they were local but big enough that the 20 year warranty etc meant something. What's the point of the warranty, if the company is not around to service it.
We finally kicked off the project and this was one of the most annoying aspects of this whole project. The paperwork & inspection took quite a bit of time(most of it was the township's fault). This was one of the minor quibbles with Green Power, during the entire paper work process there was radio silence and I had to constantly reach out to get updates even if it was the fault of my township.
Once the paperwork was done, it was smooth sailing. The project was very organized in the final implementation phase. Every step of the way the different crew/people were meticulous in keeping me abreast of what was going on.
I need to give a shout out to Will Miska for doing the final walk through, he was so helpful in explaining everything and how everything comes together(Power Generation, SREC Generation etc, faults monitoring).
Please do your own research, but I highly recommend Green Power for your Solar needs, I am glad I went with them. I am contrasting my experience with what my brother went through in the Boston area with a vendor there.