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:
Happy Tuesday folks, this is Sarah with your weekly roundup of Commercial Solar Guy’s best industry reporting. In this week, Texas goes big (as always) extending tax support for solar power, and also allows for ownership of energy storage assets. SolarEdge reports significant growth in the first half of 2019, and expects the trajectory to…Read More
Hey folks, Sarah here with your weekly solar roundup of the best of Commercial Solar Guy’s reporting from the previous week. In this roundup we see a new study comparing energy storage in California and Texas. Enphase announces a plan to move into home energy management, and the city of Calistoga, CA seeks to add…Read More
Hey folks, this is Sarah here, delivering your weekly summary of Commercial Solar Guy’s best solar industry news. Last week we saw 14 project bids approved in North Carolina, Con Ed taking customers offline to deal with the heat wave in NYC, and a never seen before DC:AC ration in Simsbury, Connecticut. Oklahoma’s Skeleton Creek…Read More
We figured out how much rooftop solar we could build in Part 1, and that it made a rough financial sense. Now it’s time to step up the level of work to professional level, which means we will investigate solar tax credits and benefits that might be available to us. And while you’re learning here,…Read More
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