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Clean energy for your home is a possibility in Nebraska.

A solar power system, also known as a photovoltaic (PV) system, provides electricity from the sun's rays. Most often, these systems are installed on rooftops, where they happily sit and convert sunlight with no moving parts.

There are enough sunny days to generate some or all of the electricity required by your household. You remain connected to your local Omaha or Elkhorn electric utility and get to use the grid as a giant backup battery.

The solar power system ties into the local electric utility grid. The utility grid accepts the extra electricity your system provides when no one's home and the sun is shining. When you're home and there's a lot of electricity being used and no sun shining, the grid provides the electricity you need.

Are Photovoltaics Right for Your Nebraska Home?

The nature of solar power systems means that they have to more or less point to the sun. This means that you need to have a clear portion of roof that faces the southeast to southwest quadrant of the sky.

If your roof doesn't face the right direction, a PV system can still be installed on a rack that can be mounted on your roof, or on a shed roof, or on the ground.

To get the most out of your photovoltaic system, you need to boost your home efficiency. Doing an energy budget helps to size your system but also shows you where you can improve your energy savings.

Interested? Call American Energy Advisors: we're ready to shine a light on all your solar questions!

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Solar power systems are a great way to get yourself an ongoing source of dependable and affordable clean energy in the Midwest. Solar electric power systems (photovoltaics, or "PV" for short) are low to no maintenance and last for 25 to 30 years or more.
AEA Solar Products & Equipment, NE
American Energy Advisors can make your solar power home dreams come true. We install solar panels with microinverters, for roof and ground mounted renewable energy systems in and around the Omaha area. The size of your solar power system is limited to the amount of space available for the collectors. AEA can help you design a system that will fit your house and meet your electricity needs.
AEA Solar FAQs, NE
What is solar? There are three ways that solar energy is harnessed for use in buildings: passive solar design (incorporating solar gain in the design of a building for comfort), solar thermal (heating water with the sun's energy), and solar electric (generating electricity from the sun's energy).

Power your home with clean, renewable energy.

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