JB Solar Energy

  • JB Solar Energy LLC
    848 Tanager St. Suite P
    Incline Village, NV 89451
    United States

39.24774, -119.956923

Types Of Energy Installed:
solar electric pv
KW's Installed: 0
Market:
residential properties

Engineering and Installation of Photovoltaic Systems and Solar Thermal Systems. $ 1,000.00 FPL Solar Water Heating Rebate Available. FREE SATELLITE ENGINEERING RENDERING.At JB Solar Corp, we specialize in grid-tied solar electric design and installation, offering state of the art equipment, the latest technology, and affordable financing opportunities for all of our residential and commercial customers. We offer a dedicated network of designers, engineers, and installers to make solar energy an excellent option for our customers.

We have worked hard to build and maintain our reputation as a reliable and respected leader in the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry. We have achieved this goal through our enthusiasm for environmental issues, and our dedication to superior workmanship and customer service.Our vision is to make solar electricity part of the mainstream energy supply. By utilizing natural energy sources that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and eliminate our reliance on fossil fuels, we can all contribute to a more secure and sustainable world.As the demand for renewable energy and energy efficiency continues to grow, we at JB Solar Corp are determined to stay at the forefront of the industry by continuing to provide groundbreaking energy saving products and solutions that deliver tomorrow's energy conservation innovations todaySolar technology has been around for nearly a half century. The basic concept of solar technology has remained consistent since its first development. Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity. As the sun's rays reach the earth, the solar panels collect the rays and convert them into energy. A solar photovoltaic (PV) panel is made of two layers of silicon and as the sun hits one of the layers of silicon, it stimulates the free electrons, which then surge back and forth to the other layer of silicon creating a natural electric current. Even when the sun is not shining, solar technology makes it possible to utilize solar energy stored in the solar panels.