Making a residential solar purchase is a BIG deal and there are many factors in a solar design you should understand to ensure the expectation of your system is met. Aesthetics, production, roof-life, monitoring, grid tied, battery backup, central inverter, micro-inverters...these are all considerations when making a purchase that equates to your next car! We are a leading full service residential solar provider. We take care of every step including engineering, financing, permits, installation and ongoing monitoring of your systems performance.
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Microgrids are modern, small-scale versions of the centralized electricity system. They achieve specific local goals, such as reliability, carbon emission reduction, diversification of energy sources, and cost reduction, established by the community being served. Like the bulk power grid, smart microgrids generate, distribute, and regulate the flow of electricity to consumers, but do so locally. Smart microgrids are an ideal way to integrate renewable resources on the community level and allow for customer participation in the electricity enterprise.
The cost of Solar PV components is at an all-time low, hence a great time to go solar. At Green Ox Energy, we have developed a number of financing solutions to make a solar investment not just affordable, but profitable. Whether you choose a cash purchase, capital lease, power purchase agreement, or operating lease, Our expert staff will work with you to find the best financing solution. Various utilities often have incentives and are base on "first come, first serve" basis. These incentives can cover up 50% of the cost of a system.