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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS…
Can you install a solar system in winter?
Does solar pv make sense for my business?
If I have a PV solar system and the utility power goes out during a storm, will I still have electricity?
There is a revolutionary change in solar PV industry occurring right now however that is going to a major impact, home energy storage (batteries). By choosing the proper hybrid inverter and equipping your solar system with a battery, you will have a solar system that will power your crucial loads, even if the power is out for days. More details on this can be found in the NHEC customer page.
The cost for the batteries is quite high right now, but is beginning to plummet as there are further developments and ever increasing competition. By installing the proper inverter now you will have the option of adding storage in a few years when the batteries are more competitively priced
What is a photovoltaic solar system going to do to my insurance? and my real estate taxes?
Taxes are also a variable due both to how the individual towns evaluate PV solar, and whether or not your town has chosen to offer Renewable Energy Tax Credit. To find out about this go here; https://www.nh.gov/oep/energy/saving-energy/documents/dra-solar-exemption-report.pdf RETE towns offer you a true bonus, for the asset value of your solar array will be shown on your tax card, but you will be exempted from paying taxes on part, or maybe even all of it.
The home is now an empty nest and I’m planning on retiring in a few years, would would I want to invest in a solar PV system now?
I may sell my house and move in 4 or 5 years, why would I invest in a PV solar system?
The price of solar has dropped drastically, why would I install now rather than waiting for the prices to drop some more?
Finally if you had installed a solar system 6 or 7 years ago, it would be by today’s standards, a dinosaur …but it’s likely that it would have already paid for itself in utility savings ..and still be harvesting all of your power from the sun for free ..and still be fully warrantied! There is never a bad time to install solar power, and with every day you wait, you spend more money on the expense of a utility bill rather than buying the asset of your solar array. Why “rent” your electricity when for the same outlay in just a few short years you can own it!