Thom Lipiczky was ready to make a change in the world, diverting away from fossil fuel reliance to do his part in slowing down climate change. After doing his research, he saw making the switch to solar as a good solution to reduce carbon emissions and save money.
When doing a big project, you always want to have someone who knows what they are doing on the job. All Energy Solar sales staff was very knowledgeable about going solar in Massachusetts, which gave Thom the confidence to start his switch to solar energy.
The team that worked on Thom’s solar array knew what they were doing. Helping with paperwork to capitalize on incentives and excellent installation from the crew. The custom plan for Thom’s needs included 34 panels that would produce 12.24 kW put together to meet the specific needs of the property.
While working through incentives and payment options, they found out that due to self-employment, they didn’t have the same incentives available that most people have. Despite this hiccup, the crew advised them on how to get a lower interest rate.
After diligently keeping track of solar production and money taken in from SMART (Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target) credits, Thom’s system has resulted in net zero electricity costs. This achievement is even more remarkable when you find out about the added electric vehicle that was not even taken into account when planning the solar array production and an all-electric HVAC system.
“The only changes to my life have been pleasant, and I am happy to be part of the move to solar”