Residential Customer Profiles
From small residential systems to large commercial, CCEnergy has the knowledge and experience to solve any need. What our customers have REALLY liked is that we make the whole process easy. We handle everything from the design that matches your goals, to the permits, to rebates and incentives, through utility approval and activation. Browse through the example solar systems and case studies below, then fill out the short form at the left for your FREE, unbiased savings analysis NOW!
Hal and I would like to commend you on the fine job you did on the installation of our five-kilowatt solar panel array. The design you created was excellent. Having all the permits and bureaucratic paperwork handled expeditiously was a great plus. And tracking the buyback money from the state was most helpful.
- Linda Kramer, Tiburon, CA
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Sustainable Solar at its best
Energy on Your Own Terms - and Satisfied Neighbors
Smooth Sailing Belvedere Install
Maximizing Energy Harvest with Tilt-ups
Homeowner Adds PV as Part of Remodel
SF French Clergy Go Green
3.0kW System Installed for Under $7,000
CCEnergy Works Fast to Beat the Rain
System Pays for itself in 7 Years
Solar Array Provides Both Power and Shade
Cattle Rancher Goes Solar
To help offset the electrical load of this member’s small cattle ranch, a solar array was installed on a southwest facing hill, surrounded by barbed-wire to keep the cows out.
Big, Beautiful and Powerful yet Low-profile
A south-facing slope and ample vegetation provide the ideal location to keep this large, ground-mounted array in San Anselmo invisible from the street or neighboring lots.
Combined Mounting Creates Matching Array Angles
This Bolinas home's multi-pitch roofline required both flush and tilt mounted arrays for the best sunlight and aesthetics.
High Visibility Also Delivers Aesthetics
A rooftop PV array like this makes a strong statement for renewable energy, yet the system's flat mounted configuration is also attractive and unobtrusive.
Neighbors Help with Challenging Hillside PV System
A sloping, south-facing lot offered the ideal location for solar along with some logistical challenges.
Integrating Solar into New Home Construction
Solar was included in the construction phase of this Sonoma County green home.
Running the Meter Backwards
This strealmined rooftop system in Los Altos is saving the homeowner both in energy use and utility costs.
Tilted Arrays Compensate for Shade Trees
An abundance of trees and the pitch of this San Anselmo home's roof demanded a tilt mounted PV installation angled to face south.
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