How renewable energy can work for your application.
To begin the process of procurement and installation of a renewable energy system for your application, a team member from Streamline Renewables will contact the client to begin gathering information about the prospective system site or recreation application. During this period we will provide answers to any questions posed by the client as well as determine a rough estimate of the project cost or provide a working budget for the project.
To come up with a rough estimate for a rooftop, ground, or recreational solar installation, we will inquire the following information:
• Address of prospective system site or type of recreational application
• Age and condition of roof if applicable, slope/pitch, type of materials used on roof (composite, tile, metal, etc…)
• Obstacles on roof if applicable (plumbing stacks, chimneys, skylights, attic vents, etc…)
• Energy consumption history of prospective system site from utility supplier over a 1 year period if applicable. (BC Hydro, Fortis) If energy consumption history is unavailable, we will try to determine a consumption estimate based upon sqft. and purpose of the structure.
• Current electrical service to property if prospective site is tied into utility grid (100A, 200A, 400A)
• Space remaining in electrical main service panel to insert breakers
• Electrical wiring route options from the solar system to existing electrical service panel
• Delivery access to property for project equipment
• Roof accessibility
The site visit is an ideal time for the customer to express any other concerns they have related to the project.
If the customer is unavailable, an email will be sent with details and instructions on how to operate the monitoring system.
Streamline Renewables strives to be as minimally invasive as possible when installing a solar PV system. We respect the client’s property and aim to leave the job site in the same or better condition than we found it.
Want to know more?
Contact us today to learn more about our process and how it would apply to your residential, off-grid, commercial or recreational application.