Northeast Solar & Wind Power, LLC

Residential Photovoltaics


Turn your home into a high efficiency, all electric net-zero home!
  • Trying to reduce or eliminate their monthly electric bills
  • Trying to make a positive contribution to our environment and create local jobs within their community
  • Trying to increase their property value and make their home net zero
How much does it cost?
  • Solar PV typical cost to a homeowner: 5 KW turn key solar PV system or 20 x 285 watt solar panels is $3.95/watt or $19,950 dollars.
  • Minus 30% Federal Tax credit.
  • Minus your state incentive in the form of a tax credit, grant, or SREC (solar renewable energy credits)
  • A 5 KW PV system in the Northeast typically generates between $1,500 and $2,000 dollars/year in electricity.
What are typical roof requirements?
  • One layer of shingles and your roof must be not more than ten years old or beyond their half life. Your roof should be properly vented and preferably have a south or south east orientation.
Micro (or Power optimizer) Inverter Technology

This technology allows homeowners to add one solar panel at a time making solar electric affordable. Add more solar panels each year and watch those utility bills disappear.

  • Allows home owners to install solar electric on roofs that are partially shaded through out the day
  • Micro inverters or power optimizers are affordable when compared with conventional string inverters
  • Micro inverters or power optimizers allows any homeowner to individually monitor each solar panel and are warrantied for 20 years
System Size DC rating of the modules:

3.42 kW 5.13 kW 6.84 kW 9.12 kW 12.54 kW Approx Shade

Free Area Required:

282 sq. ft. 423 sq. ft. 565 sq. ft. 753 sq. ft. 1,036 sq. ft.

Monthly AC Average Off Your Electric Bill:

359 kWh 539 kWh 718 kWh 958 kWh 1,317 kWh

Solar Edge Inverter with Solar Edge Power Optimizers:

3000 Solar Edge 5000 Solar Edge 6000 Solar Edge 7600 Solar Edge 11400

USA made Modules:

(12) 285 Watt (18) 285 Watt (24) 285 Watt (32) 285 Watt (44) 285 Watt


Northeast Solar, for safety reasons, recommends solar electric be installed and serviced by qualified professionals.

Your building, roof and attic if present should be inspected by a qualified/experienced BPI air sealing/insulation expert before going solar

We also recommend against solar modules on a residential, commercial or industrial roof that is over ten years old or not vented properly. We suggest your building be inspected by a qualified/experienced BPI air sealing/insulation expert before going solar.

 

Micro inverters and solar panels mounted on a rail system on a residential shingle roof. The rail system keeps the panels cool and is attached to quick mount roof flashing that prevents the roof from leaking.

Micro inverters or power optimizers and solar panels mounted on a rail system on a residential shingle roof. The rail system keeps the panels cool and is attached to quick mount roof flashing that prevents the roof from leaking.

A required PV secondary power source disconnect located close to a utility meter with the proper National Electric Code labeling.

A required PV secondary power source disconnect located close to a utility meter with the proper National Electric Code labeling.

Grid tied dual mode inverters makes power available during emergencies and night time hours.

Grid tied dual mode inverters makes power available during emergencies and night time hours.

Diagram of a simple grid tied solar electric system with a net meter.

Diagram of a simple grid tied solar electric system with a net meter.

Quick Mounts