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Residential Solar Power Basics

Published on 6/12/2019
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The average cost of a solar system for a mediumsize house can be anywhere between  The Nomad Power System Review $20,000 and $40,000 depending on the electrical plan. However, many states offer incentives for those who do specific energy conservation measures such as this. Rebates, tax credits and other forms of incentives reduce the total investments in the end so more people may do the same. It is thus actually an indirect energy savings method, and ultimately promotes environmental conservation.Aside from savings obtained from not using metered electric power from the grid, some homeowners are actually earning by selling their unneeded solargenerated power back to the utility producer. This is called 'net metering', and is an idea that is catching on more and more. However, it may require that your solar energy system be connected to the utility company's electric grid.

Since choosing the right solar installer is probably the next most important decision to be made after deciding to invest in solar energy, you'll need to do your homework and ask the right questions to get the answers you need to feel comfortable with this most important of decisions.Here we'll look at some more frequently asked questions and the answers to those questions that should help with your decision.

What should I look for in a good installer The first thing you should do is ask for the installer's credentials. Since certification's not required, the installer may not have anything concrete to show you. But, many serious installer's these days often come from an electrical background, which means they usually are NABCEP North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners certified at least, and may also be certified in solar energy.

Failing that, find out what kind of training they've had and also how much installation experience. If they've been working in the solar energy business for a number of years and have a record of successful installations, that may be worth more in the long run than any number of degrees or certificates.

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