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Hello, my name is Bill Elsenrath and I represent several solar companies in the area. My cell phone number is 225-413-8928. You can text or call me or just visit the companies I represent.
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Steps In Getting A Solar Bid
The first step in getting a solar system installed is to supply your energy usage for the last 12 months. This information is key in sizing up the system you will need. The other option is to give an estimate of what your electric bill averages to the best of your knowledge.
If you have just moved into your house and only have a couple of months of information or even one full month showing your electricity usage this will do.
Below is some other information that can be used to figure out the size of the solar unit required to meet your electric energy needs.
1. Square footage of your house.
2. Is your house all-electric?
3. Do you have a swimming pool?
– If so, is it a heated pool?
– Is your pool heated by electricity or gas?
– Do you plan to get a swimming pool installed?
4. Is your hot water heater electric or gas?
5. How many people are in your family?
Other things to consider:
1. If you have children in the family are they going away to college or getting married anytime soon?
2. Are you retired or retiring soon?
The reason for asking these questions is because there will be fewer people in the house or more people in the house. This can change how much energy is used in your house.
Net Metering Lets You Sell Electric Back To The Grid
At the present time, many electric companies in Texas participate in net metering.
What Does Net Metering Do? – Solar Installations Dallas Texas
Net metering enables residential and industrial customers who create their own electrical power from solar power to offer the electricity they aren’t utilizing back into the grid. Numerous states have actually passed net metering laws. In other states, energies might use net metering programs voluntarily or as a result of regulatory decisions. Distinctions between state legislation, regulatory decisions, and implementation policies imply that the system for compensating solar customers differs commonly across the country
What Is Net Metering?
Net metering is a billing feature that credits solar energy system owners for the electrical energy they contribute to the electrical grid. For example, if a non-commercial consumer gets a PV system on their rooftop, it may produce additional electrical energy. The residence makes use of this during the course of daytime hours. If the residential property is net-metered, the electric meter will run in reverse to offer a credit back against what electrical power is consumed. This usually takes place at high noon when the sun is overhead or other durations when the home’s electrical power use is less than the system’s output. Customers are just invoiced for their “net” energy utilization. Usually, only 20-40% of a solar energy system’s output ever goes into the grid, and this exported electrical power serves neighboring client loads.
Offering Customers Control Over Their Electricity Bills With Solar Installations
Net metering enables utility customers to create their own electrical energy easily and efficiently. During the day, most solar consumers produce more electrical energy than they take in. Net metering enables them to export that electricity to the grid and decrease their coming future electric costs. Net metering is a good reason for solar installations.