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Sacramento County experienced hot climate and soo it was predicted that it will keep getting hotter. According to Electricity Local residential electricity rates in Sacramento is 4.29% greater than the California average rate of 11.88¢/kWh. Hot summers would require you to run your AC the whole day to experience comfortable living inside at your home resulting to the spike of your electricity bills not including the pool heating, washer, dryers..etc. So start working on research on how solar panels for Sacramento County when Sacramento CA sees as one of the highest Total Days of Sun averaging 188 sunny days throughout the year. It is good to sweat if you are hiking or working out, but don’t work too hard to find local, trusted, Sacramento solar contractors as they can easily be found. We provide solar services in the Sacramento County specially for residential and commercial properties. Here at Valley Solar Pros, all our solar plans to lease, purchase, finance or prepay your new PV system is customize to your budget and home solar needs.
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Since 2010, thousands of Valley Solar Pros customers across Sacramento California have chosen to power their homes with clean, renewable energy; helping Sacramento County save millions of dollars on their electricity bills* and generating more than 2.4 billion kWh of clean energy. Solar in the Valley is a no brainer. If you need to power up your air conditioner, heating appliances and your pool the whole year; pulling up investment from the sun is a incredible yet affordable solar technology. Also homeowners in California can gain incentives from tax rebate programs and federal level tax credits in the state. We love working with clients who want to save more money with the use of solar energy. We make solar panel installation in Sacramento, CA area easy, effective and affordable to any home or business.
Affordable Solar Panels for Your Home
Do you live in the Central Valley of Sacramento County? Tired of paying $125+ in electricity bills year around? Located between the Central Valley and the Greater Sacramento metropolitan area, it is commonly known for the unique lifestyle of diversity, outdoor activities, and fresh produce of fruits and vegetables.
The comfortable weather the whole year and quick access the mountains or Central Coast makes the Sacramento a beautiful place to live. Many have been enjoying the biking and hiking trails that is accessible almost every day because the sun shines approximately 188 times each year. This enough amount of sunlight is a big advantage to take a solar leap with a solar company like Valley Solar Pros, to protect yourself from Sacramento’s high electricity bills; which are over 30% higher compared to what homeowners pay in other states. Store up the sun then use it to provide comfortable living at your home with low expenses! Save more money from utility bills. Contact a solar expert right now to understand your energy bills and schedule affordable solar panels installation at your Sacramento home.
Protect Yourself From Rising Energy Costs & Outages with Solar Battery Storage Services
Solar storage is a holistic service that includes a home battery unit, powered by your solar panels, able to keep your devices running for up to 10 hours during an outage. Moreover, it helps ease Time of Use to ensure you continue to save the most even as electricity rates fluctuate during the day, guaranteeing you the lowest utility bill payment possible. Hedging for the future has never been easier. If you need more information on which is the best solar panel we can install at your home, you can reach to us anytime. Welcome to the future of home battery backup!
Install Solar for Little to $0 Down & Save $1000s in Bakersfield
From a pioneer Gold Rush town to today’s bustling capital, Sacramento has never shied away from its role as the hub of the Golden State. It’s a city with a wild and wooly past and a global future. Because of its fast advance on the modern technology, the bills are growing up too. But you can avoid this expenses with the solar technology. You can save up to 20% of monthly electricity savings* for $0 down, political leanings aside, money talks.
Our monthly solar lease program offers you all this and more. Solar Maintenance, service, repairs, monitoring, insurance, and peace of mind for the next two decades. Makes perfect dollar sense, right?
Or, if you want to truly maximize your savings, explore a solar leasing program. This plan lets you lock in 20 years of low solar rates today by making a simple one-time upfront payment. This also includes bumper-to-bumper coverage for the life of the product; so yes, going prepaid will give you 100% piece of mind.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why Go Solar ?
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Be prepared with a home battery backup system. Free yourself from utility policy changes and protect your home when the grid goes down.
What are the key aspects of solar for my home?
Net Energy Metering (NEM) – NEM is a policy that allows you to generate and receive energy to and from the grid through your electrical meter. Traditional utility consumers pull energy from the main electrical grid, use the energy in their home, while the meter counts how much is used. With PV solar, you can push your excess energy into the grid during the day and pull it during the night to use for lights, electronics, air conditioning/heating or anything else you may need that requires electricity.
Grid Connection – After you go solar, you will still be connected to the utility’s grid. This is so you can take advantage of NEM to maximize the value of your system. Essentially the grid functions as a bank storing your energy from your solar panels until you are ready to use it. With a battery backup system and secure power supply, you can use the energy from your system when the grid goes down.
Energy Credits – When you don’t use all the energy your system produces during a day, that energy will “roll” over to the next day and so forth. This happens day after day, month after month, but not year after year. This allows you to use all the energy you produce with your solar system. If you have higher usage months (AC, guests, holidays, etc) you draw from the extra energy credits you earned earlier in the year.
Yearly Settlement – Once a year you “square up” with your utility. It’s where you settle the balance on your energy credit over the past year. Consuming more than you produce you pay the utility for the excess energy you pulled from the grid. Producing more energy than you consume, the utility will pay you for the excess energy at a sub-retail rate.
How Does Solar Energy Work?
1. Your photovoltaic (PV) Solar Panels convert sunlight to DC electricity.
2. Your Inverter converts DC (Direct Current) electricity to AC (alternating current).
3. Generated PV electricity converted to AC is used to power your home.
4. Excess electricity is sent to the grid for a credit, or stored in a battery if you choose to install one in your home.
What are the key pieces of equipment for a solar panel system?
Solar Panels – Solar panels are modular components, generally rectangular in shape – approximately 3 ft by 5ft. The panels contain silicon cells that when exposed to sunlight, create a flow of direct current (DC) electricity. Panels will vary in size, electrical output (measured in Watts), efficiency, and even color. Most solar panels today have either a black or silver metallic frame. The cells will usually appear a dark blue or black in the light. Panels can be mounted to a home or building’s roof structure, or installed on a ground-mount racking structure.
Note: When thinking about where to strategically place solar panels for a home, it’s important to consider factors that will affect the system’s energy production (measured in kWh). Shade from trees, should be taken into consideration. In the Northern Hemisphere, facing south generally the best orientation for maximum output.
The inverter is a device that converts (or if we’re being techincal inverts) direct current electricity produced by the PV solar array(s) into distributed alternating current, (AC electricity). There are several different types of inverters a solar installation might employ. String inverters are the simplest, most mature inverter technology. This is where the DC from groups of solar panels linked in series are fed into the inverter. The inverter puts out AC electricity which is then fed to the home’s electrical system. Micro-inverters are small, modular inverters that are installed behind each solar panel in an array (1:1) and effectively contain the AC energy production of each panel so that the reduced production of one panel does not affect the output of the entire solar array.
A racking system is how your solar panels are be mounted to your home’s roof or ground mount system (popular for commercial installations). While some racking systems may vary in their appearance or modularity, they exhibit similarities in their form and function. It’s important to make sure your racking system, if roof-mounted, is properly flashed and sealed to ensure your roof is well-protected against the elements. Areas with high winds or volatile weather require extra secure racking systems. Roof racking systems vary slightly depending on the type of roof.
It’s important that every residential solar system has its own monitoring system. This is the application that will allow you to view and measure real-time and historical energy production data for your home. Some monitoring systems display this energy production data via a physical display unit, while others employ an online interface, or both! As “smart” or connected homes become more wide spread, solar installers can provide whole-house energy consumption monitoring. In order to ensure your solar system is producing energy efficiently, it’s important to make sure your solar panels are paired with an energy production monitoring system.
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