Go Solar and Save


  • The Future Energy Jobs bill has made Illinois one of the most attractive states in the country to install solar.
  • Homeowners and businesses can expect a return on investment (ROI) between 12%-20%.
  • Solar rebates and tax credits cover up to 80-95% cost of the system.
  • Non-Profits can participate through our power purchasing agreement program with $0 upfront capital.
  • Installations feature low profile, attractive panels that disappear into the roofline.



30% of a building’s energy use is wasted, according to estimates from the US Department of Energy.


Springfield Electric’s Energy Solutions Team experts will support you in your project by determining potential incentives and return on your investment. They will guide you through the Solar consideration process, provide design consultation, free estimates, and submittals for incentive / rebate processing.

From June 2016 to June 2017, CONSERVE Energy Solution Team completed 266 projects (lighting, energy saving and solar), returning over $2.5 Million in rebates to our customers, saving 29,770,162 kWh, resulting in a Cumulative annual customer savings of $2,381,612.


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For Contractors:  Illinois Solar Certification


One of the following requirements below must be completed to submit for Solar Certification (5 installations are no longer required):

          ** The bold options are the fastest path forward, aside from already being a journeyman. 




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Solar Panels

Illinois Electric Cooperative

Solar panels absorb sunlight as a source of energy to generate electricity. The majority of solar panels can produce eight to ten kilowatts of energy per square foot.


Racking

Illinois Electric Cooperative

Solar Racking is used to fix solar panels on surfaces like roofs, building facades, or the ground. There are a variety of solar mounting systems available.


Inverters

A Solar Inverter converts the variable direct current (DC) output of a solar panel into a utility frequency alternating current that can be fed into a commercial electrical grid or used by a local, off-grid electrical network.


Wire

Solar panel wire (which is the same as electrical wire) is categorized mainly based on it’s conductor type.


Metering

Solar Metering allows consumers who generate some or all of their own electricity to use that electricity anytime, instead of when it is generated.