In order to make the best decisions and investments, you need professional advice and solutions for your renewable energy needs. We specialize in installations of wind and solar systems in the Central Washington area. There are a lot of options with wind and solar as it relates to the incentive process. If not chosen correctly, it will lesson your return on investment.
On the following pages you will find detailed information on our services and products.
We look forward to hearing from you!!
Central Wind & Solar is located in Central Washington and specializes in grid connect residential small wind and solar. In the years we have been in business, we have become well versed in many aspects of alternative energy including state and federal incentives. As licensed and bonded contractors, our goal is to provide you with the best possible service from start to finish. Through our evaluation process, we will help you select the type of system you need, the best location to put it, as well as take care of all incentive paperwork.
Our best selling product is grid connect solar. There are many choices for both in state and out of state manufactored panels and how they relate to the incentive process. Our solar systems can be both roof or ground mounted and will be fitted with the snow and wind loads of your location. Solar is a very consistent producer here in Eastern Washington. It works on foggy and sunny days alike. The only time it does not work is if it is covered with snow.
If you have any questions on wind, feel free to ask. We have a lot of experience installing residential wind turbines, specifically the Skystream.
Some benefits to choosing solar:
Approximately a 5 year payback in Eastern Washington
Increased property value
Helping offset carbon footprint
We have been compiling data on our solar installs for about 9 years now. This has been accomplished through our customers monthly reporting. When customers come up on anniversaries they also report their yearly total. These numbers are real world data not computer estimates. This reporting is voluntary but has become a monthly tradition and a way to stay in touch with our customers. It has educated us, our customers and the statewide followers of our latest news page. When we first came into solar, we were told to expect about 1,450kwh per KW installed, we are actually finding that it is about 1,500kwh. We have also been told that Kwh numbers from Western Washington run in the 1,100kwh per Kw installed.