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Phil D.

Location: Lawrence Township, NJ
Utility Provider: PSE&G
System Energized: October 1, 2017

System One Details

System Size: 7.54 kW

Production: 10,303 kWh annually

Environmental Impact: 14,468 lbs. of CO2 offset annually

Means of purchase: Cash Purchase

Average electric bill before solar: Approx. $125-$175

Monthly electric bill after solar: $0-$10

Return on Investment: 5 years

Tax benefit: 30% of system cost

Solar Products

Panels: (26) 290WHanwha Q-Cells

System Two Details

System Size: 13.3 kW

Production: 16,699 kWh annually

Environmental Impact: 24,197 lbs. of CO2 offset annually

Means of purchase: Cash Purchase

Average electric bill before solar: Approx. $225-$270

Monthly electric bill after solar: Less than $50

Return on Investment: 5 years

Tax benefit: 30% of system cost

Solar Products

Panels: (38) 350W LG Electronics

Inverter: (1) SolarEdge Inverter

Optimizer: (38) SolarEdge DC optimizers

Questions & Answers

Motivation for installing solar panels:

“We want to stay and live at the farm long after retirement. If you don’t have to pay for electricity, that’s one bill you don’t have to worry about. Since we drive an electric car, we don’t have to pay for the gas all because of the solar.”

Overall solar experience: 

“Both of our solar arrays were put in by Green Power Energy. They went in with no fuss and I can’t complain about the workmanship or Green Power Energy, they were a great company.”

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