Total Energy Reduction & Management
Being more efficient with your energy consumption is the first painless step in cutting your energy costs with IGS.
High-efficiency solar hot water and electric systems further reduce your reliance on expensive traditional energy sources.
Track your energy consumption, your solar energy production and only pay for the energy you use with our monitoring.
Our Solar Hot Water Installation Process: ~60 Days
1. Survey, Design & Permits
Your solar professional will evaluate your solar needs, size and design the proper solar energy system for your needs and arrange for all permits needed to complete your installation
2. Install The System
IGS' professional solar installers will arrive at your building and install your new solar energy system where your site audit determined it would be most effective
3. Inspect The Installation
IGS will completely inspect the entire solar energy system installation and ensure that all components are safely and securely installed and that there are problems that may arise later on
4. Turn On The System
After installation and inspection your system will be commissioned and turned on - congratulations, you now have a dramatically reduced energy bill using today's best energy efficiency practices and solar energy systems!
How Does A Solar Electric System Work?
Solar Panels Generate Electricity
Electricity Is Passed To Your Electric System
You Use The Electricity To Turn On Appliances
What Types Of Residential Solar Electric Systems Are Available?
Off Grid Solar PV Systems
An off-grid solar electric system is just what it sounds like, it is not connected to the electric grid, providing a stand-alone power generation system that uses a battery bank for energy use when the solar panels are not operational.
Grid Tie Solar PV Sytems
A grid-tie solar electric system, conversely, is a residential solar electric system that is connected to the electric grid through a two-way street. This allows electricity to be brought in from the grid for use when the system is not meeting 100% of the energy demand, and for excess energy to be sent to the electric grid when available. Sending excess electricity to the grid is called net-metering, and the utility company will pay you for the excess energy you generate and share with the rest of the grid.
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