Solar Power – Kulltech House – 20 BP 150 2.5 kW AC Solar Farm

  • Installed in April of 2004Solar - Sidewalk view
  • 20 BP 150
  • 2.5 kW AC
  • Solar Farm installed on our hillside.
  • We use the Sunny boy inverter and feed the energy (sell unused power) to the electric company.
  • At night, we buy back the energy at a lower rate.
  • Monthly maintenance, cleaning the glass with a window cleaner.
  • This has lowered our electric bill for the year from $1500 to $100.
  • The cost of the system was $24,000 installed. ¬†After the 50% rebate from the government, we paid $12,000.
  • We expect to break even in about 8 years. ¬†After that, it will be almost free electricity.

We purchased our solar farm from Energy Efficiency : EESOLAR.COM

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