Hi, I'm John Weaver, your commercial solar energy consultant. When you work with me, you get 15 years of financial, engineering, and construction experience to guide you through your project -- from concept, to paperwork, to digging the dirt and throwing that final switch.
Call me for a 15-minute consultation, and we'll determine if we are the right fit. You can also contact me here.
What I'll do for your solar project:
Provide a financial analysis, including electricity production, revenue stream projections, tax consequences, and operations and maintenance costs.
Deliver a complete cost breakdown of components, labor, and services. This includes: comparisons with national data and profit margins.
Design the layout of a complete solar system, defining a bill of materials.
Handle the paperwork that drives federal incentives, the local power company, permits and state level requirements.
Act as your Project Developer and guide you through professional scrutiny – with electrical and structural engineers, CPAs and bankers, permitting and hiring contractors.
Commercial Solar Guy News:
Tesla targets 1 million in sales, 200 gigafactories, a moron Senator in Pennsylvania, & more! #39
Today from the Clean Power Hour, we discuss how Tesla is targeting a million in vehicle sales, the gigafactory battery manufacturing race with 200 lithium battery plants scheduled before 2030, a moron in Pennsylvania moonlighting as a Senator, and more! This excessive commentary is brought to you by Tim Montague and yours truly – the CommercialSolarGuy…Read More
Electric school bus paying bills, DOE loves Perovskites, & more! #38
Today from the Clean Power Hour, we discuss an electric school bus making money by stabilizing the grid, the DOE’s infatuation with Perovskite, and more! This excessive commentary is brought to you by Tim Montague and yours truly – the CommercialSolarGuy – John Fitzgerald Weaver. First of course, here’s the podcast – Episode 38! North America’s First-Ever…Read More
America installs 100 gigawatts of solar power
Sometime in the month of January, the United States installed its 100th gigawatt of solar panels. While it took roughly 20 years for the US to built the first 100 GW, it will take only a little over 3 years to build the next 100 GW.Read More
Solar up 22.5% year-over-year in January
The US Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) has released the March Electric Power Monthly, providing data through the end of January 2021. The report notes that photovoltaic (solar) generation grew by 22.5% this January versus last January, accounting for ~2.4% of total US electricity generated for the month versus 2.0% last year. Total…Read More
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