ANSWER – Solar panels (or photovoltaics) are different than solar water heating which uses the heat from the sun.  Solar Electric or Photovoltaic Systems convert some of the energy in sunlight directly into electricity. Photovoltaic (PV) cells are made primarily of silicon, the second most abundant element in the earth’s crust, and the same semiconductor material used for computers. When the silicon is combined with one or more other materials, it exhibits unique electrical properties in the presence of sunlight.
Electrons are excited by the light and move through the silicon. This is known as the photovoltaic effect and results in direct current (DC) electricity. 
ANSWER – Solar panels usually installed on the top of the roof unless the client doesn’t want it  there or there  is not enough room on the roof then in that case we will consider installing on ground or pole mount
ANSWER – Yes.  There are more than 1,000,000 Americans using solar water heaters; more than 500,000 using solar to heat their swimming pools; more than 200,000 homes using solar electric (PV) technology; and more than 350 megawatts of commercial capacity of Concentrating Solar Power are operating today.
PV modules have no moving parts, are virtually maintenance-free, and have a working life of at least 20 – 30 years.
ANSWER – Yes.  While it is generally true that the sunniest locations generate the most electricity, San Francisco gets more than enough sun for an effective solar program.
Furthermore, San Francisco is composed of a variety of microclimates and the solar panels will be installed in the sunniest areas of the city.
ANSWER – Are solar panels reliable?
ANSWER – Why should I purchase a PV system?
ANSWER -Solar energy systems are sophisticated pieces of equipment and not suitable as DIY type projects specially  grid-tied solar electric, but, how ever we are here to guide you every step of the way
ANSWER – Do I really save $$$ by doing it myself?
ANSWER – What if I am stuck, who can I call?
ANSWER – I don’t plan on being in my home for 25 years. Why would I add solar?
ANSWER – Is our weather appropriate for solar panels?
ANSWER – Can I use photovoltaics (PV) to power my home?
ANSWER – How big a solar energy system do I need?
ANSWER – How much does a solar energy system cost, and how much will I save on utility bills?
ANSWER – What is net metering? Is net metering available where I live and work?
ANSWER – Do I get paid for my extra energy production?

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