Okay! Now that you know the basics about solar and how this campaign works, you are
well on your way to getting your own solar energy system, like the ones shown below!
Before we do anything else, we need to learn more about the specifics of your household.
Your To-Do List:
1. Give us an idea of your historic electricity usage. This will let us determine exactly
how many panels you need to offset your annual Con Ed usage and what your savings
would be with the exact rate you are billed by Con Ed. On average, homeowners are able
to offset at least 70% or more of their historic electric bill and pay a retail rate of $0.25/kWh.
You can send us either a copy of your Con Ed bill or a breakdown of your actual
monthly usage from coned.com. This is how you how access your usage online.
Please upload your documents to our Dropbox!
2. Schedule a free site assessment. A site visit is required to verify your roof,
rafters, and surrounding conditions; to evaluate your electrical service;
and to examine the impact of shade on your roof.
We will create a detailed roof map from the assessment and draw up a preliminary
design for a solar electricity system on your roof. We will also give you a more
precise estimate based on our findings so you will be aware of all the costs that
you would likely incur before making the decision to go solar.
Please email Angelica to schedule your free site assessment: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Learn more and spread the word! The best solar advocates are educated
solar homeowners– ask us all of your questions and we will be happy to get
you answers. Going solar is a complex process and new technology, and we aim to
bring greater knowledge and transparency to the system.
Once you know more, tell your neighbors! The more people who go solar together,
the better the group purchase model works! And you’ll make more of a positive
impact on the environment, too.
Email Jeremy at email@example.com or
call Angelica at (646) 576-5673 with questions.