VESPA SOLAR STORY
VESPA SOLAR… THE STORY BEHIND THE NAME.
The most efficient way to collect energy is to absorb it. Solar panels effectively collect what the sun provides us, it’s quite simple actually. Sure there is another way: mine the earth, collect what you can and burn it. However, the consequences of creating unwanted pollution and dealing with ever increasing energy costs is simply not ideal.
In 2010 scientists discovered, to their enthusiastic surprise, a unique animal capable of doing the unthinkable. Similar to the process of photosynthesis the Vespa orientalis, (Vespa = Italian for hornet), is capable of creating energy it derives from the sun.
*National Geographic wrote, “The oriental hornet has built-in “solar cells” that generate electricity from sunlight-a first in the animal kingdom.” Furthermore, “research revealed that pigments in the hornet’s yellow tissues trap light, while its brown tissues generate electricity.”
The beauty of this unique creature, the VESPA, is how it is remarkably efficient. At VESPA Solar, we strive for the same result by providing an affordable, quality product, combined with long lasting savings.
VESPA Solar Facts:
- Industry leading 30 year comprehensive warranty
- USA sourced panels
- Local customer Service
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Cutting your power bills down to size isn’t the only way solar power saves you money. You may also be eligible for tax credits. These incentives are designed to encourage solar energy use.
Q: What is the process for going solar?
A: After you complete your solar panel purchase, we will forward your paperwork to our trusted installer partner. Our project team and the Installer will then work together to customize your design plan and begin the installation process. Once the system is installed and connected to the grid, you can start enjoying the benefits of solar energy and begin saving on your energy bills!
Q: How long will the installation process take?
A: The length of the installation process can vary depending on factors such as the size of the system, location, and utility company. On average, the installation process takes between 2 to 4 months from start to finish. Our team will work closely with you throughout the process to ensure that everything is completed as efficiently and quickly as possible.
Q: Will solar panels affect the value of my home?
A: Absolutely! According to recent reports, solar panels can increase the value of your home right away. In addition to saving you money on energy bills, solar panels are an attractive feature for homebuyers who are looking for homes with sustainable and eco-friendly features. By installing solar panels on your home, you can potentially increase its resale value and make it a more attractive option for potential buyers.
Q: What happens to the system if I Move?
A: If you own your solar panel system, you can relocate it or include it in your home’s value. If you leased the system, you can pay it off and take it with you or transfer it to the new homeowner. You can also include the payoff amount in your listing price.
Q: Can I store excess energy generated by my solar panels?
A: Yes, you can store excess energy generated by your solar panels by installing a solar storage battery. If your system includes a battery, any excess energy produced will be sent there for later use. However, if your system does not have a battery, excess energy will be sent to the utility grid until sundown and credited to your next billing cycle.
Q: Can solar panels be added later?
A: If your roof has the room for additional panels, you can install more panels!
Q: What happens during a power outage or bad weather?
During a power outage or bad weather, your solar system will shut off automatically for safety reasons. This is because it’s not safe to send power out to the grid while workers are attempting to fix the power outage. Although weather conditions such as rain and snow can affect system production, solar panels will still continue to produce energy on a cloudy or foggy day. Our free solar wizard includes battery backup information!