Probably, however, a site survey will confirm your premonitions about your sites solar or wind potential. Integrating Renewable Energy Systems into existing and new homes and businesses depends specifically on the type and size of the system desired or the amount of energy capacity you are looking to offset. The next factor is budget.
Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems: $5,000 to $12,000
Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems with Radiant Floor Tie-In: $10,000 to $17,000
Solar Commercial Hot Water Systems: $8,500 to $17,000
Photovoltaic Grid Tied Systems: Starting at $11,500 for a 1000 watt array stepping up by the watt to system capacities of 5000 watts at around $40,000. The larger the system, the lower the cost per watt installed. PV Systems utilizing battery bank storage require additional equipment and cost. Systems that combine charging sources for example, PV and Wind, also require additional equipment.
Residential and Agricultural wind machines will range from $12,000 to $50,000, and vary significantly depending on tower heights and cable runs.
If you are ready to invest in your own renewable energy system, e-mail us at survey@GoforSolar.com, and we will arrange for a site survey of your property, or a site analysis of your new construction site.
Builders and Contractors:
If you are a Builder or Contractor and would like to discuss integrating renewable energy packages into your building portfolios, e-mail us at contractor@GoforSolar.com, and we will be happy to discuss options.
Educators and Non-Profits:
We work with educators and the community to provide installation packages that include data acquisition options aimed at helping students and others to see the benefits of renewable energy technology.
The performance of this system is monitored on the web at: http://view2.fatspaniel.net/FST/Portal/(Scroll down to Renewable Energy Solutions, LLC - Woodward School for
Technology and Research (WSTaR)). If you would like to discuss renewable energy in an academic environment please e-mail us at education@GoforSolar.com. Renewable energy is fun.