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A GOOD EPC PARTNER IS KEY!
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A Few Simple Steps
Industry Leading Project Turnaround
Step 1: Consultation
Get your free design from Good Energy Group or an Authorized Dealer. Our experts personalize your solar system design to match your energy consumption needs either in person or over the phone. We break down your current utility rates, design your new solar system, and calculate how much money you will save with solar. This design includes a diagram of what your new solar system will look like.
Step 2: Site Assessment
Site assessments for solar projects are examinations of the region where the solar panels and other equipment are to be installed. The main purpose of this activity is to acquire all of the essential information for a successful solar system installation. A site assessment is an important aspect of any project’s effective execution, especially in the solar field.
Step 3: Engineering and Permitting
Structural plans and calculations will be handled by Good Energy Group removing the burden from your shoulders. Whether the panels will be on your home or on a separate structure, we can ensure that you employ safe, legal plans for your solar installation. Our designs and calculations ensure that your roof can safely support the weight of the panels after installation, and that your structure is wind and earthquake resistant. Good Energy Group delivers structural construction permits for residential and commercial solar installations.
Step 4: Installation
The big day has finally arrived. Good Energy Group will arrive and begin preparing your roof, including double-checking that all tiles or shingles are firmly fastened. Installers will begin placing racking, which holds the solar panels in place. The panels are installed on the racks, and the inverter (or several micro-inverters) is connected to them. Your installer will also set up a battery bank if you have one. Following the installation of the equipment, the electrition will then run the necessary wiring to connect your home solar system to the electrical source.
Step 5: Permission to Operate
The final step towards connecting to the grid is gaining permission to operate after your solar system has been installed on your property and your local authority has completed its own inspection process. The utility official will normally inspect the inverter, the connection at the electrical panel, and the system’s performance. They will also install a new meter to measure your solar electricity exports to the grid, allowing you to benefit from the utility’s net metering incentive.
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Meet Our Awesome Team
Brandon B. is committed to creating an unparalleled experience for dealers and homeowners alike. He has an extensive background in the solar industry and specializes in relations and communication.
Lorenzo Z. is a well-rounded leader focused on Good Energy Group’s Financial Success. He has twelve plus years of accounting and administrative experience in a multitude of sectors.
Trey R. oversees the day-to-day field operations at Good Energy Group. With ten plus years of successful experience managing operations on multi-million dollar construction projects.