Southern Energy Management is a sustainable energy services company serving the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic from their headquarters in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. Their services include the design and installation of residential and commercial solar power systems, residential energy efficiency testing, and green building certification for home owners, builders, businesses, and non-profits.
Utility meter spinning backwards when a solar PV system gets switched on
8.1kW system in Winston-Salem, NC
10.7kW in a Raleigh home's backyard
7.55kW in Carrboro, NC
Think your roof isn't a good fit for solar? Think again, this 7.14kW system in Pittsboro, NC is spread across four different arrays.
Can I add panels later? This homeowner added 3.06kW to an existing 2.4kW for a total of 5.5kW.
When I look for information on solar Panel systems, I contacted a number of Installers and settled with Southern Energy Management after receiving the information I needed, in a down to earth Manner, no techno Jargon, simple and easy to understand, along with the manner to which this was given, professionally respectfully and clearly, with that information I went on looking but came back to what I felt was the best. we went over the options of systems and capacities outputs and costs, and agreed on my system's size and location, we even discussed the routing of the conduit carrying the wiring from the roof to the position in the garage of the Inverter, as well as the positioning of the panels to avoid rooftop obstructions and best output positions.
The cost came up a few times and it looked scary at first and then their representative told me about the Rebate options offered by some energy suppliers (Duke Energy) whom give you money to install Solar, Wow who would have thought, we also discussed Tax incentives both state, SC, (25%) and federal (30%), after which I thought why wouldn't everyone do this?
There are no upfront costs to this the system is designed fitted and up and running before anything is required. My duke energy bill went from $127 approx. per month to less than $8, which is really a line fee. Come on this is so simple, it makes more energy than you use, the leftover power is redirected to Duke energy and they pay you for this credit once a year around March 30th, I'm currently running around $45 per month credit to duke. working out the numbers they'll be paying me $540 in March after a full year.
These people are the best at their respective jobs, professional, efficient, polite, clean and exact. they do what you want, going beyond to ensure your happy and pleased with the system.
I've had questions since the system was fitted and yes, they went out of their way to answer and explain clearly the variations of the systems. they have people on the ground (Greenville, SC) to visit you if you feel there is a question that needs face to face explanation, and he is happy to call on you.
Top notch team these guys are your best option for Solar panel installation in the SC area,