WIND --- ALTERNATIVE FUELS --- SOLAR
PAY LESS FOR ENERGY - AVOID COSTLY POWER LOSSES
High Desert Energy Provides Solutions for
Business and Industry.
A Solid Reason for Wind Energy.
At the federal level, the production or investment
tax credit and double-declining accelorated
depreciation can pay for two-thirds of a wind
power project. Additional state incentives, such
as guaranteed markets and exemption from property
taxes can pay for another 10%
Efficiency in simplicity.
High Desert Energy is an all-in-one solar energy provider. Our in-house team takes care of every part of your project, including financing, custom system engineering, installation and ongoing system maintenance and monitoring.
Take control of your energy costs.
We offer you the ability to predict and manage your energy use and spend. Our customers buy renewable energy from us for less than what they currently pay for electricity with no up-front cost. These advantages of solar power allow you to secure predictable, long-term energy rates to protect yourself from rising energy costs and price volatility.
Questions? We have answers.
How much does solar cost?
Today, solar costs less than traditional electricity in many markets. We can install your system with no upfront cost, and you can pay less for clean, abundant solar energy than you do to your utility company.
How does solar power work?
The solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity throughout the day. A discreetly placed inverter converts the DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is what your business utilizes. When your solar power system produces more power than you need, it feeds the power back into the electricity grid. Talk to someone >
Does High Desert Energy service my area?
Let’s find out! Get in touch with an Energy Advisor today to evaluate your solar options and learn the advantages of solar. Get Started >
Will my system still be connected to the utility grid?
Yes, all our systems are connected to the utility grid. During the day, your property will draw energy from the solar system and feed any excess energy back to the grid. At night, you’ll continue to draw energy from the grid as you do now. See how it works >