Is Solar Right For You?

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  • 15 Years Solar Experience\nLocal Colorado Company\nSolar Electric (PV)\nSolar Thermal (Solar Hot Water)\nEnergy Ratings and Audits\nRadiant Heating\nCOSEIA Certified\nNABCEP Certified\n\n
  • Stephen Shepherd:\n-Company Partner\n-Business Development\n-PV System Design and Analysis\n\nBrian Brugeman:\n-Company Founder\n-15 Years Solar Experience\n-Electrical Engineer (P.E)\n-Master Electrician\n-Guru of all things Solar, Mechanical, Energy Efficient\n
  • Stephen Shepherd:\n-Company Partner\n-Business Development\n-PV System Design and Analysis\n\nBrian Brugeman:\n-Company Founder\n-15 Years Solar Experience\n-Electrical Engineer (P.E)\n-Master Electrician\n-Guru of all things Solar, Mechanical, Energy Efficient\n
  • Stephen Shepherd:\n-Company Partner\n-Business Development\n-PV System Design and Analysis\n\nBrian Brugeman:\n-Company Founder\n-15 Years Solar Experience\n-Electrical Engineer (P.E)\n-Master Electrician\n-Guru of all things Solar, Mechanical, Energy Efficient\n
  • Stephen Shepherd:\n-Company Partner\n-Business Development\n-PV System Design and Analysis\n\nBrian Brugeman:\n-Company Founder\n-15 Years Solar Experience\n-Electrical Engineer (P.E)\n-Master Electrician\n-Guru of all things Solar, Mechanical, Energy Efficient\n
  • Solar - Utilizing the sun to produce heat or energy\n
  • Solar Photovoltaic (PV)\n- Conversion of light into direct current electricity\n- Uses the photovoltaic affect\n- Silicon cells - 48,54,60,72 cells per panel\n
  • Solar Photovoltaic (PV)\n- Conversion of light into direct current electricity\n- Uses the photovoltaic affect\n- Silicon cells - 48,54,60,72 cells per panel\n
  • Solar Photovoltaic (PV)\n- Conversion of light into direct current electricity\n- Uses the photovoltaic affect\n- Silicon cells - 48,54,60,72 cells per panel\n
  • Solar Thermal:\n- Harnesses the suns heat energy\n- Collectors absorb heat from the sun and use that heat in the home\n
  • Solar Thermal:\n- Harnesses the suns heat energy\n- Collectors absorb heat from the sun and use that heat in the home\n
  • Solar Thermal:\n- Harnesses the suns heat energy\n- Collectors absorb heat from the sun and use that heat in the home\n
  • - Solar Panels\n- Inverter(s)\n- Racking\n- Wiring, breakers, conduit...\n
  • - Solar Panels\n- Inverter(s)\n- Racking\n- Wiring, breakers, conduit...\n
  • - Solar Panels\n- Inverter(s)\n- Racking\n- Wiring, breakers, conduit...\n
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  • Unfortunately, you don’t just “buy solar”\n3 Factors go into sizing a system\n1) Your current electrical usage\n2) Your budget\n3) Your available roof space\n
  • Unfortunately, you don’t just “buy solar”\n3 Factors go into sizing a system\n1) Your current electrical usage\n2) Your budget\n3) Your available roof space\n
  • Unfortunately, you don’t just “buy solar”\n3 Factors go into sizing a system\n1) Your current electrical usage\n2) Your budget\n3) Your available roof space\n
  • Unfortunately, you don’t just “buy solar”\n3 Factors go into sizing a system\n1) Your current electrical usage\n2) Your budget\n3) Your available roof space\n
  • Unfortunately, you don’t just “buy solar”\n3 Factors go into sizing a system\n1) Your current electrical usage\n2) Your budget\n3) Your available roof space\n
  • Unfortunately, you don’t just “buy solar”\n3 Factors go into sizing a system\n1) Your current electrical usage\n2) Your budget\n3) Your available roof space\n
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  • 3kW System:\n-15, 200 watt panels @ 40º, facing directly south\n\n
  • Output will be 4500kWh per year\n-based on PV Watts modeling program\n-375 kWh per month\n-Power an energy efficient 1600ft2 home\n
  • Output will be 4500kWh per year\n-based on PV Watts modeling program\n-375 kWh per month\n-Power an energy efficient 1600ft2 home\n
  • Output will be 4500kWh per year\n-based on PV Watts modeling program\n-375 kWh per month\n-Power an energy efficient 1600ft2 home\n
  • Output will be 4500kWh per year\n-based on PV Watts modeling program\n-375 kWh per month\n-Power an energy efficient 1600ft2 home\n
  • - 30-45 Days to order equipment and acquire permits\n- Installation takes 3-5 days\n- 1-2 days to install racking\n- 1-2 days to install panels and inverter\n- 1 day to run wire, connect, test and turn on the system\n- 7 days for final inspection and net meter installation\n
  • - 30-45 Days to order equipment and acquire permits\n- Installation takes 3-5 days\n- 1-2 days to install racking\n- 1-2 days to install panels and inverter\n- 1 day to run wire, connect, test and turn on the system\n- 7 days for final inspection and net meter installation\n
  • - 30-45 Days to order equipment and acquire permits\n- Installation takes 3-5 days\n- 1-2 days to install racking\n- 1-2 days to install panels and inverter\n- 1 day to run wire, connect, test and turn on the system\n- 7 days for final inspection and net meter installation\n
  • - 30-45 Days to order equipment and acquire permits\n- Installation takes 3-5 days\n- 1-2 days to install racking\n- 1-2 days to install panels and inverter\n- 1 day to run wire, connect, test and turn on the system\n- 7 days for final inspection and net meter installation\n
  • Ideal installation conditions:\n- South Facing\n-South East or South West are also good\n- Little to no shading from 9AM-3PM\n- Roof in good condition\n- 40º tilt\n- Between 20 and 40 are also good\n- Or a piece of land to mount solar on the ground\n
  • Ideal installation conditions:\n- South Facing\n-South East or South West are also good\n- Little to no shading from 9AM-3PM\n- Roof in good condition\n- 40º tilt\n- Between 20 and 40 are also good\n- Or a piece of land to mount solar on the ground\n
  • Ideal installation conditions:\n- South Facing\n-South East or South West are also good\n- Little to no shading from 9AM-3PM\n- Roof in good condition\n- 40º tilt\n- Between 20 and 40 are also good\n- Or a piece of land to mount solar on the ground\n
  • Ideal installation conditions:\n- South Facing\n-South East or South West are also good\n- Little to no shading from 9AM-3PM\n- Roof in good condition\n- 40º tilt\n- Between 20 and 40 are also good\n- Or a piece of land to mount solar on the ground\n
  • Ideal installation conditions:\n- South Facing\n-South East or South West are also good\n- Little to no shading from 9AM-3PM\n- Roof in good condition\n- 40º tilt\n- Between 20 and 40 are also good\n- Or a piece of land to mount solar on the ground\n
  • 2.76kW Roof Mounted PV System\n12-230 watt all black solar modules\n
  • - 3.33 kW Roof Mounted PV System\n- 18-185 watt solar modules\n- 18 Enphase micro-inverters on each panel\n
  • 4.6kW Ground Mount PV System\n20-230 watt all black solar modules\n
  • 2.99kW Roof Mounted PV System\n13-230 watt solar modules\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
  • - 3kW System Costs about $16,000\n- Fort Collins Utilities has a rebate of (-$3,750)\n- Colorado State Governors Office has a rebate of (-$4500)\n- Federal Tax Credit of 30% (-$2325)\n- Total system cost after rebates and tax credits are realized $5425\n
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  • Is Solar Right For You?

    1. 1. Is Solar Right For you?
    2. 2. Agenda
    3. 3. about us Agenda
    4. 4. about usHow DoesSolar Work? Agenda
    5. 5. about us Solar Installation How Does Solar Work? Agenda
    6. 6. about us Solar Installation How Does Solar Work? Costs, Rebates & Incentives Agenda
    7. 7. StephenShepherd
    8. 8. Stephen BrianShepherd Bruggeman
    9. 9. What isSolar?Utilizing the sun toproduce heat or energy
    10. 10. What isSolar?Utilizing the sun toproduce heat or energy
    11. 11. SolarPhotovoltaic(PV)
    12. 12. SolarPhotovoltaic(PV)Light
    13. 13. SolarPhotovoltaic(PV)Light
    14. 14. SolarPhotovoltaic(PV)Light Electricity
    15. 15. SolarThermal
    16. 16. SolarThermalHEAT
    17. 17. SolarThermalHEAT
    18. 18. SolarThermalHEAT Energy
    19. 19. Solar PVComponents
    20. 20. Solar PVComponents
    21. 21. Solar PVComponents
    22. 22. Solar PVComponents
    23. 23. How is a Systemsized?
    24. 24. How is a Systemsized?ElectricalUsage
    25. 25. How is a Systemsized?Electrical BudgetUsage
    26. 26. How is a Systemsized?Electrical Budget Roof SpaceUsage
    27. 27. System Output ?How much power can Iexpect?
    28. 28. ?System OutputHow much power can Iexpect?
    29. 29. 3 KW System: 15 - 200 Watt Panels
    30. 30. 4500kWh per year
    31. 31. 4500kWh per year 375 kWh per month
    32. 32. 4500kWh per year 375 kWh per month Enough to power an energy efficient 1600 sq/ ft home
    33. 33. SolarInstallation
    34. 34. SolarInstallation 3-5 days installation
    35. 35. SolarInstallation 3-5 days installation
    36. 36. SolarInstallation 3-5 days installation
    37. 37. SolarInstallation 3-5 days installation
    38. 38. Ideal Conditions
    39. 39. Ideal Conditions South Facing
    40. 40. Ideal Conditions South Facing Little shade
    41. 41. Ideal Conditions South Facing Little shade 40º tilt
    42. 42. Ideal Conditions South Facing Little shade 40º tiltRoof in good condition
    43. 43. Ideal Conditions South Facing Little shade 40º tiltRoof in good condition raw land
    44. 44. Roof MountedSystem
    45. 45. Roof MountedSystem
    46. 46. Ground MountSystem
    47. 47. Ground MountSystem
    48. 48. Solar Costs& Rebates $
    49. 49. Solar Costs& Rebates $
    50. 50. Rebates
    51. 51. RebatesFort Collins Utilities
    52. 52. RebatesFort Collins UtilitiesCO State Energy Office
    53. 53. RebatesFort Collins UtilitiesCO State Energy Office30 % Federal Tax Credit
    54. 54. 3kW System Cost $16,000
    55. 55. 3kW System Cost $16,000Fort Collins Utilities - $3,750
    56. 56. 3kW System Cost $16,000Fort Collins Utilities - $3,750CO State Energy Office - $4,500
    57. 57. 3kW System Cost $16,000Fort Collins Utilities - $3,750CO State Energy Office - $4,500Federal Tax Credit - $2,325
    58. 58. 3kW System Cost $16,000Fort Collins Utilities - $3,750CO State Energy Office - $4,500Federal Tax Credit - $2,325 Total Cost = $5,425
    59. 59. Thanks For Coming!

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