First of all, a safety issue exists for grid connected solar. Due to, if power were to feed onto the grid at a time that the utility was shut down. Therefore, to prevent this, inverters are required to be “utility interactive.” This means they must sense utility power before they produce their own power and feed onto the grid. Most noteworthy is if the utility goes off so does your Solar Power. If power during a blackout/brownout is important to you, contact us for current information regarding battery backup.

As much as 15 percent of your energy bill comes from heating water, which is why installing a solar water heater makes financial sense. Once you install a solar water heater in your Arizona or California home, you can use the power of the sun to heat your water for free!

Every system installed by SunPower by Milholland Electric comes with a monthly estimated production value based on site specific information and is calculated by the California Solar initiative website. We use this data to compare the actual production against the estimated value to ensure the system is working per our specifications.

We do all the permitting and approval paperwork for you. Hence, we have extensive experience and understand state, city and local ordinances. Therefore, we are familiar with the specific and particular requirement of each building department. In conclusion, we can streamline the processes required to begin your project.

HERO program is a way for homeowners to finance efficiency upgrades to improve their homes energy performance. There are no credit checks and the financing is based on property equity values.

Most noteworthy in a prepaid lease is the leasing company owns the equipment installed on the home. Rather then a full cash up front charge there is a one time cost lower then if you purchased the equipment. Therefore, the homeowners utility rates decreases dramatically lowering your monthly bill.

Leasing company owns the solar energy equipment installed on your home and the homeowner pays a monthly payment to lease the equipment. Hence, the monthly payment is less than what would be paid for utility generated power.