Go SOLAR IN New Jersey

Energy independence is within reach in New Jersey. Zenernet can help you get there.

Residential solar in New Jersey is full of potential. You could lower your monthly energy payment, protect yourself from utility rate increases, and take the first step toward an independent and self-sufficient home – all by taking advantage of the sun rays that already hit your roof.

We’re excited to be your partner on the solar journey. Our goal is to help you determine whether solar is right for you, and, if it is, to complete your project as efficiently as possible. We pride ourselves on an outstanding customer experience – we don’t push and pester, we don’t haggle on prices, and we eliminate hassle in the installation process.

Are you ready to put the New Jersey sun to work for you? We’re ready to help. Complete the form at the bottom of the page to get started. 

Biggest Reasons to Go Solar in Connecticut NOW:

Through the end of 2019, homeowners who install a new residential solar system are eligible for a tax credit of 30% of the cost of the system. At the end of the year, the tax credit will decrease, so the sooner you act, the more you’ll save.

Under New Jersey’s net metering policy, homeowners who go solar can sell their excess power to the utility at the retail rate, not the wholesale. Since the retail rate at which utilities sell power to customers is much higher than the wholesale rate at which those utilities buy power from large power plants, this means a higher return on investment for New Jersey residents who go solar.

 

For each megawatt hour (MWh) of power generated by a solar installation, the owner is given one Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) which can be sold on a market to utilities who need to acquire a certain number to comply with regulations. The going rate for SRECs varies with supply and demand, but have consistently stayed over $200 per SREC.

 

 

 

New Jersey exempts solar installations from sales and property taxes, protecting homeowners who go solar from added costs.

 

 

In the springtime, when the sun starts to shine more and more while energy demands remain lower, you can start to bank energy production to use during the hottest months of the summer, when your A/C is running full blast. Imagine, keeping your home as cool as you like, without worrying about a high bill. Get your project underway now, in time to take advantage of the Solar Harvest, and that can be your reality.