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While there are many quality solar electric generating systems available.   SGC has chosen to use the best products available as determined by need, architecture, and location. 

Here in Phoenix we recommend using the Sanyo Solar Modules because they are specifically designed for function and durability in high heat applications. 

All installations are done by licensed professionals.  SGC is not a licensed contractor with the state of Arizona.


SANYO’s power ratings for HIT Power solar panels guarantee customers receive 100% of the nameplate rated power (or more) at the time of purchase, enabling owners to generate more kWh per rated watt, quicken investment returns, and help realize complete customer satisfaction.

Sanyo solar modules are ideal for grid-tie applications. Sanyo modules also outperform all other modules due to the fact that they maintain higher voltages at higher temperatures - which means more power and better performance. The result is one of the highest Performance Test Condition ratings per watt (W ptc) for higher rebates in California. Performance Test Condition testing simulates the real world, high cell temperature modules are subjected to in the field.

UL Listed. 20 year limited warranty

Features:

·      Temperature Performance: As temperatures rise, HIT Power solar panels produce 10% or more electricity (kWh) than conventional crystalline silicon solar panels at the same temperature.

·      Proprietary Technology: HIT solar cells are hybrids of single crystalline silicon surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers, and are available solely from SANYO. HIT power solar panels are ideal for grid-connected solar systems, areas with performance based incentives, and renewable energy credits.

·      Structural Strength: HIT Power solar panels have a double-wall black anodized aluminum frame for extra strength, and are tested to 60PSF. The panels come pre-equipped with a touchsafe junction box, USE-2 outdoor rated cables, MC4™ locking connectors, and are UL 1703 safety rated for wind, hail, and fire.

Quality Products: SANYO silicon wafers located inside HIT solar panels are made in California USA, and the panels are assembled in an ISO 9001 (quality), 14001 (environment), and 18001 (safety) certified factory. The panels have a Limited 20-Year Power Output and 5-Year Product Workmanship Warranty.

We custom design and distribute all sizes of systems, 1 - 1,000,000 + watts, residential and commercial, multi-story buildings and solar farms. 

We can show you how to pay for your commercial system within one year.  Ask about it.
Please contact us by filling out the form below and we will be pleased to discuss any solar deswign with you.  We also have financing.

       

Solar Photo Voltaic Tax Credit and Rebates:

APS Rebates

When you install a PV system, it can either be tied to the APS power grid (“grid tied”) or installed as a stand alone system (“off-grid”). With a grid tied system, you can still draw electricity from the APS grid when your PV system is not producing enough energy to meet your needs. Off-grid systems may make more sense in more remote locations.

Grid tied customers:
New PV systems installed within the APS service territory and tied to the APS grid can receive a one-time incentive of up to $3 per installed DC watt. 

Off grid customers:
PV systems located within the APS service territory but that are not tied to the APS grid (“off-grid”) may qualify for up to $2 per installed DC watt.

Here's an example of the costs and incentives associated with the installation of a system using APS:

Size     Typical cost¹     SRP solar incentive     Arizona tax credit²     Federal tax credit³
4kW    $34,000           $12,000                     $1,000                       $10,200
Net cost     Annual savings4     Simple payback
$10,800      $576                     18.75 years

1. Costs may vary depending upon the contractor and materials you select.
2. The Arizona tax credit is 25% of the cost, capped at $1,000.
3. The federal tax credit is 30% of cost. 
4. Savings are calculated based on an annual energy production of 1,600 kWh per kW-DC at $0.09 per kWh.

SRP Rebates

When you install a solar electric system, SRP will help defray your cost with an incentive of $3 per watt, up to $60,000. Here's an example of the costs and incentives associated with the installation of a system:

Size
     Typical cost¹     SRP solar incentive     Arizona tax credit²     Federal tax credit³
4kW    $34,000           $12,000                     $1,000                       $10,200
Net cost     Annual savings4     Simple payback
$10,800      $576                     18.75 years

 

1. Costs may vary depending upon the contractor and materials you select.
2. The Arizona tax credit is 25% of the cost, capped at $1,000.
3. The federal tax credit is 30% of cost. 
4. Savings are calculated based on an annual energy production of 1,600 kWh per kW-DC at $0.09 per kWh.

Arizona Income Tax Credit
Homeowners can claim a 25% tax credit (maximum of $1,000 credit) on solar devices installed on a residence. This is a one time tax credit and restricts the homeowner for additional credits for solar purchases made for the same residence in subsequent years.

Federal Income Tax Credit
The federal business energy tax credit is a 30% tax credit available to commercial businesses that invest in or purchase energy property in the United States. The 30% tax credit is also available to homeowners, capped at $2,000 until 1/1/09, then uncapped (part of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008)

Net Metering Explained:
http://www.aps.com/main/account/orders/EPR/FAQ.html?id=#net

Have questions regarding a solar system?  Click the following link and go to GE's website.  We think they have a great FAQ:     GO TO GE's FAQ

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