With renewable energy technology evolving and becoming more affordable, homeowners have understandably started looking into the investment of solar panels at their properties. But Noble REMC wants to make sure you have the right information before making the decision to sign on the dotted line.
Talk to us first.
It is important for members to fully understand the true costs, the operational reality of this form of energy and actual energy savings.
As your trusted energy advisor, Noble REMC can offer a candid assessment of your specific situation. After all, we have a different bottom line that is not directly tied to the sale of a product or service. We constantly strive to find new ways to help you use energy more efficiently. Whatever your goals are, we can help you meet them.
Is residential solar right for you?
To help determine whether solar is right for you, it’s vital to look at several items:
- overall energy efficiency of the home,
- orientation of the sun in relation to the installation,
- tree coverage near the home, and
- weather patterns for our region.
Residential solar isn’t the answer for everyone. There are multiple financial considerations, including the upfront payment and ongoing maintenance fees, as well as whether the estimated energy savings is worth the investment.
Our energy advisor will provide perspective on the total energy puzzle. Taking into account current energy consumption and the age and efficiency of the HVAC system and home site, we can help you determine whether solar is the best choice given your objectives.
For more information, visit powermoves.com/solar-energy or watch the following video for an overview of solar generation with Noble REMC:
If you decide to install solar panels at your home, it’s time to consider signing a distributed generation agreement, which allows the co-op to buy excess solar or wind energy generated by our members.
For those interested, read over our agreement, application and rate information, included in the information below:
- Distributed Generation Residential Non-Demand
- Distributed Generation Residential Non-Demand (20-50 kW)
- Distributed Generation General Service Non-Demand
- Distributed Generation Large Power Demand Time of Use
If you have questions or need more information, please contact us at 800-933-7362.