We installed a 50 kW system on a commercial business in Crawford Co. The solar system which uses 135, 385 watt solar modules and five 10,000 watt SolarEdge inverters will produce all the power for the business and the credits generated from the excess production will be transferred to the owners home by way of net metering aggregation thanks to Arkansas net metering policy and Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative.
The total installed cost came to about $1.30 per watt and with the 30% Federal tax credit, made the benefit of solar more possible for this business which employ certified welders and maintenance mechanics for the food industries and rendering plants across the US.
Their latest electric bill stated " CREDIT BAL DO NOT PAY" !!
Dardanell, AR with the help of ZAP Electric, Fort Smith, AR
14,000 Watt Ground Mounted Solar System located in
Beebe, AR with the help of Ballard Electric, Lonoke, AR
Morrilton, Arkansas with the help of Eddie Balch Electric
12,000 Watt System in Locust Grove, AR. with Backup Interface & LG RESU 10H battery installed by Abundant Energy of Arkansas with the help of 2L Electrical Service, Mountain Home, AR. That's Mr. Taylor of 2L Electric getting his hands dirty.
We Are The Only Company In Western Arkansas Trained & Certified By LG & SolarEdge To Install Their Products.
This 16.79 kW system has 46, 365 watt Phono Solar modules feeding two SolarEdge HD Wave Inverters with an
LG Chem Prime 10 kWh Battery for
emergency power during an Grid outage.
12.045 kW SolarEdge system installed in Conway, Arkansas
15.62 kW SolarEdge system in Sherwood, Arkansas
8.165 kW SolarEdge system in Yellville, Arkansas
Here is a 17.155 kW Grid-Tied
system installed in
24,700 Watts of Solar is powering this home in Hot Springs, Arkansas
located on Lake Hamilton. We can do "NET ZERO"
Another 11,680 Watt SolarEdge system
Installed in Hot Springs Village, AR.
11,680 Watt SolarEdge Grid-Tied
System in Austin, Arkansas
Here is a 16.72 kW SolarEdge system in Rudy, Arkansas
And another 10.64 kW Sol-Ark system in Charleston, Arkansas with a 10.24 kWh LiFePo4 battery backup for when the grid happens to shut down during inclement weather