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SUNTREK SOLAR COMPANY . Suntrek is a local firm located in lake Forest. Suntrek is working closely with O.C.C. to develop their new PV program this fall.

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Suntrek solar company
SUNTREK SOLAR COMPANY

  • Suntrek is a local firm located in lake Forest.

  • Suntrek is working closely with O.C.C. to develop their new PV program this fall.

  • Suntrek is also working with Laguna Hills High School to help develop their new class that starts in Sept.: “Energy and Environmental Technology”. They will provide guidance on PV installation and design.


Solar collectors
Solar Collectors

  • There are two type of solar collectors, one is for heating water for your home and the other one is for the pool.

  • The solar collector for your household is much hotter and the water is stored in your electric or gas water heater.

  • Pool heating is less expensive to install and very cost effective, two year payback.



Solar voltaic or pv
Solar Voltaic or PV

  • Residential PV is a group of modules that make a panel that makes an array. Normally a regular PV panel is rated for 175 watts before being derated by the inverter.

  • Ten panel array will produce 1750 watts at the entrance of the inverter. It loses about 10% to 20% in the conversion from DC to AC leaving 1575 to 1400 watts of AC power.





Resale roi
RESALE ROI

  • Resale Value Comparisons

  • of Various Home Improvements

  • Home Improvement Investment Amount/ Resale Value % Return

  • Type Net System Cost Increase

  • 4.3-kilowatt Photovoltaic

  • System, California $23,000 $22,000 95%

  • 9.4-kilowatt Photovoltaic

  • System, California $48,000 $77,000 160%

  • Deck Addition $6,300 $6,700 104%

  • Bathroom Remodel $10,100 $9,100 89%

  • Window Replacement $9,600 $8,200 85%

  • Kitchen Remodel $44,000 $33,000 75%


Am i a candidate for pv
Am I A Candidate For PV?

Monthly electrical bill is $90.00

I pay Edison 15.5 cents a kWh pt 580 KWh used

Standard 4.3 kW system after rebate $23,000

$23,000 for system and $5,700 for IRA taxes

$28,700/$1,080 (yearly @ $90 a month) = 26 yrs.

Resale value $20,700 (90% of $23,000)

Will my electric bill per kWh always be 15.5 cents?

What about AC or an electric car for the future??




Great location wrong tier
Great Location Wrong Tier

  • Here I have a great roof location “SW”, no penetration, like vent pipes, etc. Not even the neighbor’s trees are an issue. It is a super roof to use.

  • But, my home may not be the optimal PV site because of my low electrical use. If you are spending $200 to $1000 a month in electricity then PV could be a great benefit!


Perfect timing
PERFECT TIMING

  • PV PRODUCTION AND HIGHEST DEMAND MEET



1 000 000 solar roofs by 2018
1,000,000 Solar Roofs By 2018

  • California Solar Initiative wants a million California homes with solar “PV”, which would provide California with 3000 megawatts of additional clean energy and make our state the leader in Solar.

  • Adding electric cars to the nations electrical demands; it only seems reasonable that each residential roof make a clean contribution.


Check it out get three quotes
Check It Out – Get Three Quotes

  • Suntrek (949) 348-9276

  • Solar City (888) 765-2489 (leased systems)

  • Akeena Solar (714) 580-3840

  • Other sources for solar installers:

    www.findsolar.com

    www.seig.com


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