Home Owners Association's convert to Solar Power
Researching solar energy for your Home Owners Association (HOA)?
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High home owners association fees can be a negative topic when a resident have to pay their monthly home owners association fees. Electric can be hundreds of thousands of dollars as the biggest overhead in a typical HOA. With solar energy being generated for the clubhouse, community lighting, irrigation, cart charging and so much more, there is not a better answer than a home owners association converting to solar energy. Even the mention of a Home Owners Association converting to solar energy only puts a positive swing on a negative topic. Residents will feel good about saving money and at the same time, doing something good for the environment.
Why Commercial Solar?
We are one the nations largest commercial solar contractors. We have converted some of the nations top industries with their own commercial solar farms.
If our credibility is not enough, how about we cover all the expense in the entire solar project. We will finance the entire Home Owners Association solar project.
The Process – What to Expect
We will need a signature to get the ball rolling and your HOA will be on it’s way to generating power it’s own power.
Once you decide as a HOA Board or a Real Estate Developer, you are going to need to fill out a credit application to be approved for financing in conjunction with signing our Energy Services Agreement or Power Purchase Agreement.
If and once financing is approved, a site survey will be conducted to conclude the actual viability of the project, such as: measurements, looking at the electrical panel, land, and roof if applicable.
Once a site survey and design have been completed, this information will be given to our structural and electrical engineers who will produce a code compliant stamped signed and sealed set of structural and electrical plans which will be combined with a permit application. This set of documents is then submitted to the applicable building department.
We wait until we receive an approved permit to construct, here you are at the mercy of local government, some jurisdictions are fast and others are slow.
Once a permit is approved, materials are ordered and or secured and we will reach out to the home owners association and or Commercial entity to schedule an agreed time to begin construction.
Once construction is finished we will apply for inspection in an attempt to close out the building permit, pass inspection, and be awarded a certificate of completion or final permit.
Once we are awarded a final permit, we will submit the final permit and a complete net metering application to the appropriate utility in an effort to interconnect with the utility. The utility will then come out and conduct their own inspection and then award an approval to energize.
This is the end, electric is flowing and your community is generating self sustaining energy.