When a property owners installs solar panels, they will typically become a net metering customer. Net metering is a policy used throughout most of the country that credits solar customers for excess energy produced by their solar panels. This changes the way these customers’ bills are calculated. After installing solar, a customer’s bill may include […]
The utility bill shows the net difference between energy produced and energy used. If that month you use more energy that you produced, your bill will show an amount due for energy consumed from the utility. If you produce more than you consume, your bill will show a credit.
This will be different, depending on your installation: For hardwire customers, it should be as simple as plugging the CAT-6 cable back into the new router. For customers with hardline directly to inverter, this cable will need to be plugged into the new router. For Zigbee customers, you will plug the ethernet cable into the […]
First, check your internet router/connection. This is the same as if your internet on a computer goes out. Second, check your solar array owner’s manual for your specific communication systems directions.
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Most solar components carry a manufacturer’s warranty of up to 25-years. As with any other products you may buy, warranties can be driven by the quality of the equipment you are considering, cheaper equipment can mean shorter warranties. Eagle Point Solar generally warrants our workmanship for 5 years. Warranty extensions of that timeframe are possible […]