How do you determine how many panels my home will need to power my home?

SUNation uses calculators provided by NYSERDA and your local utility to determine exactly how much power your custom-designed solar system will provide for your home. These Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems are based on your last 12 months of household electrical use. If your home has enough roof space for us to install panels that can offset up to 110% of your past year’s electrical use, we can eliminate your electric bill, apart from the $0.36 per day connection charge from PSEG. This calculation takes into account rainy days, snow, shade, and the direction of your roof to create a custom-designed system for your home.

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