Whether you live in the city or out in rural Nebraska, Dixon Power Systems will strive to help you meet your energy goals. Small businesses, private homeowners, school districts, churches and groups with community buildings have all benefitted from the experience and knowledge of the staff at Dixon Power Systems.
Dixon Power Systems is dedicated to installing your new renewable energy system with the utmost integrity and care. Our attention to detail is second to none and we take the time to educate our customers about their new system. Browse this page and learn more about what Dixon Power Systems can do for you.
Below you can follow the links and learn more about specific systems we've installed in the area. Our experience is vast and we can service or install almost any type of energy equipment: generators, solar electric systems, small wind turbines and solar hot-air (repairs only) . If you have any questions about whether or not we're the crew for the job, give us a call and we'd be happy to answer them for you.
Do you need energy for certain applications and you're not sure how? Consult Dixon Power Systems for our specialized designs. We've built numerous renewable energy generators for a variety of applications. Everything from ground water remediation to solar technology education. Call us with your ideas and see what Dixon Power Systems can do for you!
When researching the possibilities of renewable energy it should be noted that most systems will not operate when the local utility power grid fails, unless you have battery back-up. With added costs over a conventional grid -tie system, battery back-up will allow the owner to store and use the energy produced by their solar or wind systems when the local grid is unavailable. Or if the local utility is not available in the desired area, a completely off-grid system can be designed for independent power generation and utilization.
You'll often hear the terms "grid-tied" or "AC coupled" when researching renewable energies and their applications. This refers to the systems ability to feed the local utility grid when the electricity generated is not directly consumed by the system owner. By doing this, the system off-sets the electricity consumed while the sun is down or is not shining and effectively reduces your electrical bill.