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Complete Energy Solutions, LLC

Complete Energy Solutions, LLC
6014 W. 62ND PL
Arvada, CO 80003
United States


39.8097871, -105.0634816

Types Of Energy Installed Solar Electric PV
KW's Installed 0
Office Fax Number: (720) 294-3204
Market Residential Properties

Complete Energy Solutions is your provider of both on and off grid photovoltaic systems, back up generators, and demand mitigation; for both residential and commercial customers all along the front range. Complete Energy Solutions, LLC was originally incorporated in Ohio as Complete Engineering Solutions, LLC in 2002 with a focus on developing aerospace equipment.In January 2006 the owners moved the company to Colorado and sucessfully grew the business. In 2008 the compay moved to focus entirely on Energy and Solar System Installation.In 2011 the company changed its name to Complete Energy Solutions, LLC to better illustrate the focus on Energy Management and Solar System Installations.

At CES our systems are designed using the latest in Computer Aided Design and 3 Dimensional Modeling.All system electrical designs are specifically optimized for installation in Colorado. With more than 300 sunny days each year Colorado, is one of the best locations available for solar installations.The benefit of such careful design is evidant in the performance of our systems. Our systems typically provide our customers with DC to AC conversion efficencies of 90% or better.There are 3 types of inverters typically used for solar installations here in the Rocky Mountain Region, these are: Central, String, and Micro; each of these have advantages and disadvantages; therefore selecting the correct type of inverter is important to quality system design. Micro Inverters, for example, are normally not a good choice for our high mountain climate, as they cannot take advantage of our above average sunlight levels.String Length:As a string of modules gets longer the total voltage increases, as does the efficiency of the array. The practical upper limit is the voltage capability of the system wiring on the coldest day that the array will see full sun. It is very important to consult a design professional to properly size system strings.