Our solar panels not only generate energy on your roof, they can also generate cash in your pocket. That’s because when you go solar you can save on your monthly utility bill and secure lower fixed energy rates for years to come. The savings over time add up and allow you to plan for your future. See how quality, savings, and affordability make going solar the right choice.
The Powerwall ensures that your solar system will work around the clock to power everything essential in your home—even when the grid goes down.
So you’ll have the backup power you need to keep you super-charged through any outage, day or night.
Wind energy and Renewable Energy are available with HDE
High Desert Energy is an all-in-one solar energy provider. Our in-house team takes care of every part of your project, including financing, custom system engineering, installation and ongoing system maintenance and monitoring.
High Desert Energy (based in Mesa, AZ) Provides Solar, Wind and Alternative Fuel solutions for Home, Business and Industry.
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Preferring to use local contractors for all of our installations so that our customers, each of them, has the service availability they need at all times of the day or night.
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We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done. Please use the form for an estimate, or call us for any questions about converting your home or business to solar. We look forward to serving you!
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Today, solar costs less than traditional electricity in many markets. We can install your system with no upfront cost, and you can pay less for clean, abundant solar energy than you do to your utility company.
The solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity throughout the day. A discreetly placed inverter converts the DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is what your business utilizes. When your solar power system produces more power than you need, it feeds the power back into the electricity grid.
Let’s find out! Get in touch with an Energy Advisor today to evaluate your solar options and learn the advantages of solar.
Yes, all our systems are connected to the utility grid. During the day, your property will draw energy from the solar system and feed any excess energy back to the grid.
In some areas, the power you don't use can be fed into the electric grid for the utility company that serves your area. Answering this question requires us to know your address and the company that serves you.
Yes. And it depends greatly on the area where you live. This is truly where you need a professional that is familiar with all of the laws, regulations, HOA requirements and federals, state, and local tax regulations.
Arizona is one of the ideal states for solar installations. That’s why their government also provides programs that offer incentives for installing any type of solar panel system on people’s homes and businesses. One such program is Arizona’s Energy Equipment Property Tax Exemption, which also covers solar panels and photovoltaics. The Residential Arizona Solar Tax Credit also reimburses residential owners a 25-percent of the cost of their solar panels (up to $1,000) right off of their income tax in the same year they install the solar system.
As of October 2020, the average solar panel cost in Arizona is about $2.68/W. If you have a solar panel system size of 5 kilowatts (kW), expect to pay around $11,390 to $15,410 for the solar installation. Whereas, the average gross price of Arizona’s solar installation is $13,400.
Arizona also offers different financing options upon purchasing a solar panel system at home. With the Solar Equipment Sales Tax Exemption, you are free from the burden of paying any Arizona solar tax. You will not be required to pay any sales tax upon purchasing your solar system. In addition, the Energy Equipment Property Tax Exemption also gives you the privilege not to pay additional property taxes on any value that you are adding to your residential property if you’ll invest in solar panels.
On top of these tax rebates, the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) also offers 26 percent of the solar system cost, and it will be deducted from your federal income tax. However, federal ITC applies only to those who will buy their photovoltaics system outright, and you must also have enough income for it to be relevant.
For every 1kw of solar panels installed on a house rooftop in Arizona, you can expect to generate 1,752kWh electricity annually.
Since the average cost of solar panel installation in Arizona is $15,000, let’s assume that you get a tax rebate of $4,000, the price after incentives is $11,000. Then if your solar panels reduce your electric bill by $1,500 per year (assuming that electricity rates don’t increase), your payback period would be 7 to 8 years.
Adding a home battery system to your solar panel system can add around $6,000 to $15,000 to the overall cost after applying tax credits and other incentives available in Arizona.
You can install a solar system alone. However, due to the increasing number of solar users, electric utilities face a glut of energy midday when the sun is high. Thus, utilities begin to reduce the compensation for that surplus solar electricity and charge additional fees to solar customers’ bills. To skip the additional costs, a battery system is used by some homeowners, as it helps them store energy and dispense it during the “peak” hours when utilities charge more. Not to mention that with a battery system, you can use more of your power alone at night when the sun is out. That’s how beneficial a home battery is.
For a regular home with a simple rooftop solar installation process, solar companies can finish the installation within the same day. However, if you have to install many solar panels, the installation can take up to three days. They have a simple fixing system that can be completed efficiently. The installation usually depends on the number of panels you're installing and how complicated the entire installation is.
High Desert Energy is an all-in-one solar energy provider. We can provide both residential and commercial solar installations. Besides, our available solar panels do not only generate energy on your roof, but they can also generate cash in your pocket as we help you save money from utility bills. You may contact us at 888-302-2794 for fast transaction.
Yes, you can wash your solar panels with clean water to wash away the dirt that came from its storage. You may use a soft scrubber and clean water to wash the surface of your panels gently. Do not use an abrasive sponge as it can scratch the panels.
Living in a power off-grid by itself is not technically illegal. Producing your own power than consuming utility power is possible and perfectly legal. Aside from cutting down the energy that you use on an everyday basis, going solar is one of the possible ways that can make you completely power off-grid.
Either residential properties or commercial buildings like warehouses, hospitals, schools, and other establishments, installing a solar panel system is a very beneficial thing. Solar installation can bring several benefits to any properties that need a sufficient supply of energy to make things done.