We take a lot of pride in designing systems that fit your needs, rooftop, and budget.
We look at your power use patterns, sunlight exposure, rooftop layout, and special needs like car charging to select the right equipment. Once you choose the system you want, we make the rest as easy as possible.
We go through all the permits and approvals, and schedule your HECO inspection after installatin is complete.
Your Enphase system both manages your power, and monitors itself for performance and technical issues. You can check your system's health and performance right on your phone.
A lot happens between planning and turning on your new solar system.
These are the broad strokes of the approvals process for all new installations.
We'll visit to measure your roof and make sure the existing electrical is PV ready.
We carefully design your system layout and equipment placement for maximum exposure.
Hawaiian Electric Company will perform a technical review.
DPP will need to review and approve the work plans.
Your new system will be installed and commissioned.
HECO will do a final inspection and execute the new Interconnection Agreement.
We handle all of that
Why choose Solar?
Reduce your carbon footprint
Being environmentally friendly is definitely one of the biggest advantages that solar power has to offer.
Soaring energy prices have started to become a major problem, especially here in the state of Hawaii.
Increase your property value
A solar PV panel system can help increase the value of your property, you can still save money even if you sell the property.
How does Solar work?
The solar panel is made from a few different materials, one of the most important being a layer of silicon. This silicon solar cell absorbs the sun’s energy.
The radiation from the sun then causes the electrons within the silicon cell to become active, moving and bouncing around. This movement creates the flow of DC electricity.
Converting to AC
So now that DC electricity has been created it has to be converted into usable AC electricity. The solar panels will feed the DC electricity to the inverter somewhere inside the property.
What happens when you have surplus power or not enough? Your system will be connected to send and receive power as needed.