HOW TO GO GNOWEE
There are so many solar panels out there, many people feel overloaded with information, and uncertain of the best way forward. At Gnowee, we guide you to an informed choice with our simple but thorough process.
STEP 1: SOLAR CONSULTATION
- How Gnowee could you go?
- What solar system suits you and your property? Our experienced surveyors will help you find out.
- Visits take about 1 ½ hours. We measure up, check the site and electrics and take lots of photos.
- We talk to you about your needs and budget, then evaluate all options out there. We’ll email you suggestions within 2 working days. If you want to try different options, no problem. We’ll revise until you’re entirely happy with the set up.
- Get your free home solar power quote. Find out today if solar power is possible for your home. We check your site and your electricity bill to determine the best system for you.
STEP 2: INSTALLATION
- Independence Day!
- Home installations are normally done in a day.
- Business installations can take a little longer, depending on the complexity of your site.
- Where needed, scaffolding is usually erected one working day before install and removed no later than two days after.
- Disruption is kept to a minimum and your power is only off for a few minutes. We’re polite and we clean up after ourselves.
- Home installations are normally done in a day. Business installations can take a little longer, depending on the complexity of your site.
STEP 3: CONNECTION
- Not much, all recycled
- Only two things max for you to do.
- Arrange an Energy Performance Certificate if you don’t have one.
- Fill in a Feed in Tariff form and send it to your energy supplier, so you can get paid.
- We will send you your MCS certificate and final receipt. If you need any help with the forms, we’re at the end of the phone.
- And we supply humans, not endless menus with dead ends.
- Our job isn't finished until the utility company approves the interconnection of your new energy producing system to their existing utility grid and meter. Once this is done, your Energy company will connect the meter.