INSTALLING SOLAR ACROSS THE MIDWEST
Working with GRNE Solar
Since 2012, GRNE Solar has garnered years of experience in the design and installation of residential, commercial, and small utility-scale solar energy systems. Over the years, we have served more than 1,600 customers.
When you choose GRNE Solar, our entire team of experts will handle every step of the solar installation process from design to development and beyond.
Our turn-key Illinois solar installation services include:
AI design & 3D home modeling
Designated Project Manager
Project Site Assessment
HOA & Community Permissions
Ongoing Service & Technical Support
System Size: 8.32 kW
System Size: 5.60 kW
System Size: 5.94 kW
System Size: 8.32 kW
Offset your home’s energy usage with a custom solar system created to meet your unique needs.
GRNE Solar is a full engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firm that can design and install commercial solar solutions.
Harness the power of your system to power yourself during grid outages. Our technicians are Tesla and SolarEdge trained and certified.
GRNE Solar can install an EV charger so you can charge your car with the sun!
Illinois Solar Plans & Incentives
Go solar by purchasing the system outright and benefit from the energy-related cost savings and incentives.
Create a financing program that can be customized to fit your needs and monthly budget with no prepayment penalties.
Power Purchase Agreement
Get your entire system for $0 down and save up to 20% a year on their utility bill with a Power Purchase Agreement.
30% Federal Tax Credit (ITC)
Nationwide home and business owners who install solar may be eligible to receive a 30% tax credit that can be carried forward for up to 5 years if an individual doesn’t have enough tax liability in year one. Consult your tax advisor to determine whether this credit is available to you and in what amount.
Solar Renewable Energy Certificates
For every megawatt hour (MWh) your system produces you will receive one SREC. Most residential systems calculated based on an estimate over 15-years and paid out around 30% of the system cost up-front.
If your system produces more energy than you are using, you may be eligible for net metering, which is when your system is credited for extra energy production. These credits may be applied to your monthly electricity bill to help offset the cost. The net metering rate can vary by utility provider.