Your solar journey

1. Request a Quote

Fill in the “Request a Quote” form, call or E-mail our specialists and find out if going solar is right for you.

2. Proposal

Shortly you will receive a Proposal showing your solar system size, project cost and financial savings

3. Site Survey

Our professional technician will visit your Home, assess the roof and the electrical panel

4. Plan

A site plan will be created by our specialists for you to review and confirm

5. Installation

Our best-in-class crew will execute the installation of your system

6. Interconnection

Your local utility company will change the energy meter

7. Power On

Our technician will turn on the switch and your system will be connected to the grid. Now you are already saving

8. Monitoring and Support

You will have real-time access to monitor your system operate, having our Team by your side to support with any questions further on


Solar FAQs

How Does Solar Panels Work?
Solar panels absorb the sun’s energy throughout the day. Then the inverter converts it into clean, renewable electricity. Our products are Tier 1 quality, ensuring our customers’ systems are highly efficient and can easily power their homes on a daily basis.
Will I really save with solar?

Not only will you start immediately seeing lower utility bills, but you’ll also see long-term savings over the lifespan of your system. A grid-tied PV system can protect you from electricity price increases for decades.

How much will I save with a solar system?
Your current monthly energy use and the size of your system will determine your actual savings amount. And with little or no startup costs, systems can start paying for themselves immediately. Savings will vary based on several factors, including system size, performance and your household's average energy usage.
How much roof space will I need for solar panels?

This very much depends on the positioning of your roof, the tilt and the structure. Without racking system every kilowatt of the solar array takes about 60-70 square feet. So a typical 5kW array will take a roof area of about 300-350 square feet.

What is Net Metering?
Net metering is a utility billing mechanism available that offers a credit to residential and business customers who are making excess electricity with their solar panel systems and sending it back to the grid.
How Does Net Metering Work?
When you have a rooftop solar system, it can often generate more electricity than you consume during daylight hours. With net metering, the homeowner is only billed for the "net" energy used each month, that is, the difference between the energy produced by the solar power system and the energy consumed by the house over the monthly billing period. When your house or business is net-metered, you'll see the meter run backwards, and that means, you may get a credit to hedge against the electricity you use from the grid when it's not sunny or at nighttime. You are then billed only for your "net" energy use. The excess energy generated gets put back to the grid for your neighbors to use.