Mainecoons Posted November 3, 2016 Report Share Posted November 3, 2016 19 hours ago, bradshoe said: We have both solar water and solar electric. We've had solar water for 5 years and it paid for itself in the first year. We only fill our propane once a year now instead of every three months. The solar electric we did through STI. We have 2 solar panels connected to a microinverter system that was a fraction of the cost of other systems and it cut our electric bill in half and keeps us well below the DAC and it's easily expandable if our usage should go up. Solar Technology (STI) did an excellent job of instillation and we've never had any issues. Just depend on what your needs are. Their local rep is Ron Magen and his email is email@example.com We also have an STI system with microinverters. The original batch of microinverters were glitchy and STI replaced them earlier this year with much more robust units that are performing flawlessly and actually increased our output about 5 percent. We have 18 panels which makes all our power needs for a large house with pool and two fish ponds that have pumped waterfalls, plus the whole house domestic water pressure system. Very satisfied. At the time we bought I felt STI understood the engineering of these systems better than their competitors and their pricing was excellent. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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