Real Power for Real People

Soltility, Inc. designs, installs, monitors and maintains solar photovoltaic electric systems throughout the Southeastern U.S. We have the expertise to install residential, ground and rooftop mount and battery backup systems ranging in size from a few kilowatts to multi-megawatt.  Our clients range from homeowners, small businesses, governmental institutions to multi-national corporations.

In an environment of energy uncertainty, a professionally designed and installed Soltility solar system will provide economical, clean energy for decades to come. When you want an experienced firm whose standard of installation, leasing, Power Purchase Agreements, and more is excellence; then contact Soltility.


Why Solar

The solar energy that strikes the earth in one hour is equivalent to the entire power usage of the world in one year. Solar energy provides electricity for homes and businesses at a cost that is competitive with traditional utility provided electricity and provides an effective hedge against rising energy costs. Solar systems generate electricity for more than thirty years using free fuel provided by the Sun without producing toxic pollutants or greenhouse gases. Solar generated power is clean, cost effective and renewable.


The true value of solar power is the lowered average cost of electricity over the life of a solar system. This is referred to as the Levelized Cost of Electricity or LCOE. LCOE is expressed as the average cost per kilowatt-hour of electricity and is calculated as the total costs of the solar system over its lifetime including initial investment, operating and maintenance costs and cost of capital net of any tax incentives divided by the total estimated electricity generation over the life of the system.


Electric power generated from solar photovoltaic systems is free from greenhouse gas emissions and is an infinite resource. Oil, coal and natural gas are limited resources which become ever more expensive to extract and transport. We rely on huge amounts of energy and there is consensus that we are using these resources at an ever increasing rate and sooner or later they will run out. For every American home that converts to solar generated electricity, the resulting reduction in greenhouse gas emissions is equivalent to taking about 1.6 cars off the road.


This project was made possible in part by a solar innovation grant from The Tennessee Solar Institute. The Tennessee Solar Institute is part of the Volunteer State Solar Initiative, a comprehensive solar energy and economic development program that was established using $62.5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funding received by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. This material is based upon work supported by the Department of Energy under Award Number DE-EE0000160. Funding Source: CDFA 81.041

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