If you work with us, you will have the benefit of experience on your side. We built some of largest solar arrays in Connecticut in 2008, and have continued to own and maintain them since.
In 2010, the solar market experienced a boom as new legislation in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Ohio provided major incentives for new solar projects. We are happy to report that we have successfully expanded into these states, while keeping our experienced eye on the smallest and largest details of every project we undertake.
Before entering the solar energy business, the owners of Seaboard Solar worked for decades in commercial and residential construction. As can be seen on our Team page, here, we have combined a legacy of construction knowledge with the sharpest minds in renewable energy engineering, and capital investment.
Just as we are confident in our team, we are certain that our solution for going solar is not only the best, but the simplest for our customers. Using a “turn-key” business model, we take on all the legal and financial burdens, as well as the assembly, installation and maintenance of the solar arrays. We cover all that responsibility by using what is called a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). To see what it means to work with us, step-by-step, you can read the overview of our process here.
We are confident that the PPA model is the best way to bring our customers the lowest energy prices. Don't take our word for it, though, if you want to be sure that the PPA model is right for you, check out what U.S. energy experts have to say about it, here.