Solar PV Prices Have Decreased 70% Since 2008
Incentives  
State Rebate Up to 33% of Total Installed Cost
Tax Credit 30% of Total Installed Cost
Accelerated Depreciation 29.75% Bonus Depreciation (Commercial Only)
SREC Income Passive Income for every Megawatt Hour produced
Electricity Savings Decrease or Eliminate Electricity Bill each month
Commercial Payback 2 - 4 Years
Commercial ROI 8 - 22%
Solar Panel Guarantee 80% Efficiency for 25 - 30 Years

 

Solar Requirements  
Southern Exposure Roof or ground myst be south of due east or west
Unobstructed Space Vents, chimneys, skylights, etc. reduce roof space and cast shade
Mininmal Shading Shade reduces effieiency or turns off panels
Young Roof Replacing a roof before solar panel installation is recommended if you intend on replacing your roof in the next 5 years

 

For more information and/or a FREE evaluation of how much solar can fit on your residence or business, call Nancy Moore at 302-438-2770 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

NoMoneyDownFinancing

CNC Offers Solar for NO Money Down

CNC Solar now offers 100% financing on solar arrays.  Now you can avoid the large up-front cost while realizing income and savings from solar.

Look Before You Lease

Financing solar provides a substantially better return on investment than leasing, with better monthly payments.  Plus, you avoids some of the pitfalls of leases.  To see more information on financing, click here.  To get started right away with a free roof analysis, click here.

 

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CNC on TV

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EV + PV

EV plus PV

Interested in an electric vehicle but worried about charging it?  Our solar experts not only know about making electricity from the sun, but they also know electric vehicles.  Talk to us today about installing solar and your own personal charging station.

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How Solar Works

Solar Array: The solar array is comprised of a series of solar panels. When sunlight hits the solar array, DC electricity is generated.

Inverter: The DC electricity from your array travels to the inverter, where it is converted from DC to AC electricity.

Electric Service Panel: AC electricity from your inverter passed to the electric service panel where it is routed to power your facility’s various electric loads.

Utility Power Grid: When your solar electric system generates more power than you are consuming, excess electricity is routed to the power grid. When you feed electricity back to the grid your meter will spin backwards, earning you credits on your bill.