Grid-Tie Solar

With a grid-tied solar or wind turbine system the owner can utilize the electricity generated from their renewable source first for their home or business and reduce their electric bill.  Any excess energy generated can be sold to the local utility per Nebraska's net-metering law.  Not all local utilities handle net-metering in the same fashion, call us to get more information about net-metering in your area.

Solar Canopy
Solar Canopy

3.7 kW solar array canopy over deck, bi-facial solar modules increase electrical power by producing power from both sides of the module.

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Solar build by workshop students
Solar build by workshop students

We host workshops where participants get to build a 6 kW solar array. That's a real hands-on experience!

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Sunny Boy
Sunny Boy

Two SMA Sunnboy String Inverters, 6kW each

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Solar Canopy
Solar Canopy

3.7 kW solar array canopy over deck, bi-facial solar modules increase electrical power by producing power from both sides of the module.

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Roof Mount

Roof mounted solar has it's advantages but is also prone to a few inconviences to consider. Roof mounted arrays are limited by the available roof space, they are more difficult to access for cleaning, but a roof also offers an existing mounting structure, unlike a ground mounted array.  Both perform well, what works best for people will vary by location and application.

Solar on a barn roof
Solar on a barn roof

8.96 kW solar array with 280 watt modules and Solaredge DC power optimizers.

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SolarEdge Inverter
SolarEdge Inverter

Solaredge string inverter is used with their DC power optimizers to maximize power output on a single module level.

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Sanyo Solar
Sanyo Solar

215 watt Sanyo solar moduels with Enphase M190 micro-inverters

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Solar on a barn roof
Solar on a barn roof

8.96 kW solar array with 280 watt modules and Solaredge DC power optimizers.

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