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Why Choose NFP?
Choosing Power From Within Clean Energy Society (PFWCES), a not-for-profit organization, for installing your solar PV system offers several unique benefits:
Social Impact: By choosing PFWCES, you're supporting a mission-driven organization dedicated to promoting sustainable living and addressing social and environmental challenges. Your investment in solar power helps fund initiatives that benefit communities, such as affordable housing, food security programs, and job creation in renewable energy.
Cost-Effectiveness: As a not-for-profit organization, PFWCES operates with a focus on fulfilling its mission rather than generating profits. This can translate to more affordable pricing and competitive rates for solar PV installations compared to for-profit companies. By working with PFWCES, you can access cost-effective solar solutions without sacrificing quality or service.
Transparency and Accountability: PFWCES operates with transparency and accountability, ensuring that your investment in solar PV is used effectively to support our mission and benefit communities. Our organization is committed to upholding ethical standards and maintaining open communication with our clients and stakeholders, providing peace of mind throughout the installation process.
Community Engagement: PFWCES actively engages with communities to promote awareness of renewable energy and sustainability. By choosing PFWCES for your solar PV installation, you're participating in a larger movement toward clean energy and environmental stewardship. You can feel confident that your decision to go solar is contributing to positive change in your community and beyond.
Access to Government Incentives: PFWCES can help you navigate available government incentives, rebates, and tax credits for solar PV installations. As a not-for-profit organization, we prioritize maximizing the financial benefits for our clients, ensuring that you can take full advantage of available incentives to reduce the upfront cost of your system and accelerate your return on investment.
Commitment to Quality and Service: PFWCES is committed to providing high-quality solar PV installations and exceptional customer service. Our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to delivering reliable, efficient, and long-lasting solar solutions tailored to your specific needs and preferences. We stand behind our work and offer ongoing support and maintenance to ensure the continued performance and durability of your solar PV system.
What Is Net Metering?
Net metering is a billing arrangement that allows individuals or businesses with renewable energy systems, such as solar panels or wind turbines, to connect to the grid and receive credit for any excess electricity they generate and feed back into the grid.
Under a net metering arrangement, a bidirectional meter is installed that can measure both the electricity consumed from the grid and the surplus electricity exported to the grid. The meter records the net difference between these two values, allowing the customer to receive credit for the excess energy they generate.
This credit can offset the cost of electricity consumed from the grid when the renewable energy system is not producing enough power, effectively reducing the customer's overall electricity costs. Net metering policies and regulations vary by location, with different rules regarding eligibility, system requirements, billing, and credit rates.
What Is 'Going Off-Grid'?
Going off-grid refers to the practice of disconnecting from the traditional utility power grid and relying solely on self-generated power for electricity needs. This typically involves installing renewable energy sources such as solar panels, wind turbines, or hydroelectric systems to generate electricity on-site. Off-grid living also often involves implementing energy-efficient technologies and practices to minimize energy consumption.
Living off-grid can offer greater energy independence and resilience, as individuals or communities are not reliant on external sources for their electricity needs. It can also promote sustainability by reducing reliance on fossil fuels and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions associated with traditional grid electricity.