Guest post from JNA Solar

The evolution of solar energy is growing exponentially. When technological breakthroughs come into the marketplace, the research and development enters a fast track that expands very quickly. This is why people often ask themselves, “Well, why is solar so complicated?” We are witnessing that expansion happening every day in the solar market now. Solar is becoming integrated into so many different products that are flooding the home improvement stores from patio lighting and water drip systems to solar powered HVAC allowing homeowners to use the sun to cool their house.

It’s expected that solar will be the energy answer for many Southern California homes and businesses in the decades to come. We have already seen how the efficiency of solar panels have improved and costs have lowered just in the past few years. The United States is manufacturing the highest quality photovoltaic cells in the marketplace with the greatest efficiency, which is why we only install the best, highest rated products for the customer who seeks to use solar on their home or business.

When consulting with our clients, we offer the most versatility in the configuration of the system. To gain the best efficiency, it is necessary to consider the best way to affect the most savings from the use of solar. With numerous variables, each client has specific needs and we take pride in making sure we consider all aspects of the installation before we estimate costs and savings. We want to design an installation for maximum savings to the customer. The best way to get the most out of every kilowatt varies based on many factors so we adjust and calculate every installation carefully before making a recommendation.

Read the original article at JNA Solar’s website.

JNA Solar offers grid-tied and off-grid residential and commercial solar systems, custom tailored to your needs. We have been serving California since 1996.

About John Fitzgerald Weaver

John Fitzgerald Weaver is a solar developer; known digitally as the 'Commercial Solar Guy.' As a project developer and installer, he’s sold and managed 50+ solar projects, valued over $25 million, ranging in size from 5kW to 1500kW. He’s been involved in many aspects of the solar supply chain –- as a company founder, developer, project manager, manufacturer, permit runner, salesman, contractor and financier. In his free time he tries to get away and clear his mind by climbing mountains, or more regularly by enjoying an IPA or scotch, and really loves the strange connection between politics, energy, finance, and environment in the energy world.