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Monocrystalline

Base material for silicon-based discrete components and integrated circuits.​

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Polycrystalline

Solids that are composed of many crystallites of varying size and orientation.

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Thin-Film

Second generation solar cell that is made by depositing one or more thin layers.

Starpower RE

Starpower Renewable Energy is a fast growing Renewable Energy company that sets the new standard in the RE Industry, we have a team of dedicated and reliable professionals that ensures the peak performance of the System we install. 

Mission

Star Power RE is an alternative energy provider offering affordable eco-friendly solutions that is cost effective, reliable and efficient to its customer ensuring their satisfaction.

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Philosophy

Electricity rates has been steadily going up, making residential owners, business operators and any electricity users suffer from this unavoidable circumstances, Star Power RE believes that by providing reliable and affordable Renewable

Energy systems or components, customers can beat these power inflation rates, at the same time helping the environment by producing Clean Power provided by nature.

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Benefits of Net Energy Metering

NEM is your gateway to optimizing the rate of return on your solar investment.

Allows customer to zero-out their bills.
Credits customer accounts at full retail rates.
Accurately captures energy generated and consumed, providing customers with annual performance data.

How Grid-tied Solar Works

The basic components of a grid-tid solar system are rooftop modules, an inverter and utility meter.

1.       Solar Modules:

Solar Modules collect the suns energy and convert it to electricity.

2.       The Inverter:

The Inverter converts the electricity from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC), which enters the electricity load to all lights, appliances, etc.

3.       The Utility Meter:

The utility meters display the amount of power you use or produce. Any power not used is fed back to the grid.