There’s still time to install a PV system for the new year
With the year 2013 coming to a close, many customers will want to see their tax credits sooner than later, so most will try to hold out as long as possible on PV installation. Energy Pro Hawaii encourages you to start your research now in hopes that you will be able to schedule your PV installation with time to spare. You do not want to be forced to go with an unproven contractor just because he or she is available. You deserve to choose the best contractor that suits your criteria and that you have the utmost confidence in.
Energy Pro Hawaii is proud to be an approved Enphase installer and also a Better Business Bureau accredited A+ contractor. The company employs its own installers and electricians and does not subcontract any work to other contractors. Energy Pro Hawaii also houses its own products and equipment in its 5,000-square-foot Kakaako facility. Their financing programs are virtually unmatched, and the company offers its customers an impressive 0 percent interest for 24 months, for projects up to $50,000.
Energy Pro Hawaii handles every aspect of installations including City & County permitting, homeowner association permits, HECO Net Energy Metering agreements and, if needed, HECO service upgrades. The company is there every step of the way, and will patiently explain each phase of the process.
For those residents with existing PV systems, Energy Pro Hawaii can even take on the task of adding to your present system. Some residents have noticed changes in their electrical consumption for various reasons. Whether it be the purchase of an A/C system, the acquiring of an electric vehicle or a multitude of other things, these factors causing increases in electricity usage can often times exceed the potential of one’s existing system. If you purchased your initial system prior to 2013, you will be eligible for tax credits when filing for 2013.
In fact, since Sept. 6, HECO has begun imposing new guidelines and criteria on its Net Energy Metering program and its PV saturation rates around Oahu. The changes have led to delays in system installations for some potential PV customers, and added costs for others. Such saturation rates will continue to rise, and now more than ever residents should be made aware of their current status and do their best to expedite the process towards getting PV.
If you are in the market and considering the purchase of a PV system this year, Energy Pro Hawaii has the resources and knowledge to help you assess what your current saturation rate is and what you need to do as a consumer in order to get your system installed by the end of 2013.
Contact Energy Pro Hawaii today at 596-2890 or visit www.energyprohawaii.com.
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