Going solar will be the first step you’ll take towards significant savings on your electricity bill, increasing your home value, and reducing the carbon footprint on our planet. Green Developers is committed on providing quality products, end-to-end customer experience and installation which meets all Laws, Regulation, and Policies. Reach out to us today to receive your free quote as well as estimates on your Return On Investment (ROI). We employ industry’s best practices to design and install the efficient and sustainable systems.

Types of Solar Energy Systems

On Grid

Grid tied systems are connected to the local utility provider through a system called net metering. Net meter records how much energy is used by you from the grid and from the PV systems and the utility provider charges the net difference of the energy on the electric bill. This is the most frequently chosen system by our customers.

Off Grid

PV systems that are independent of the grid and use battery to store energy are considered off grid systems. In this setup your home is completely powered through the battery banks. This option is great if you don’t want to be completely independent or remote places where electricity rates are higher.


Hybrid system is a combination of the on & off grid system. Your home is connected to the grid and the batteries serve as backups. Your home will be powered through the PV system generated energy and excess energy will be stored into the backup batteries. Moreover, once the batteries are charged, the energy is sent to the utility provider so that you receive credits. In the event of the power outage from the grid, your home will be powered through backup batteries.

The Steps To Your First Solar Energy System

  • Step 1

    Free Quote

    We provide you with the quote that explains the total cost of the system, tax incentives (Federal, State, County), Return on Investments (ROI), and the items that will be installed.

  • Step 2


    Once we sign an agreement, one of the team members will visit the site to create an assessment so that the engineer can design the most accurate system. When the design is ready; we walk you through the design.

  • Step 3


    Once we agree on the design, we apply for the permits and approvals with the county, housing association (if applicable), and local utility provider.

  • Step 4


    Installation phase begins when we receive the permits and approvals. Installation phase is fast and easy; usually completed in one day.

  • Step 5


    The county inspection is scheduled, and local utility provider is notified. Once the system is approved, the system is turned on and you’re on your way to using renewable energy.