Easy Energy designs, installs and maintains commercial solar thermal energy systems throughout the state of Arizona. Project development and financing is done only in the states of California and Nevada.
Since 2008 we’ve created and developed over 70 commercial solar water heating systems, all functioning as preliminary heating for the existing hot water boilers. Our skilled team members are experts in engineering, general construction, pipe fitting, fabrication and administration.
Start to Finish
Design ~ 30-60 days
Once we gather information about your site and current energy usage, our design team produces an energy savings plan. Once the plan is approved, Easy Energy produces engineering specifications, develops construction plans and secures a building permit, while coordinating material lists with other suppliers.
Installation ~ 30-90 days
The installation phase of the project begins by prepping the site and adjusting existing equipment to minimize disturbance to the existing operation. New equipment is moved in, tested and commissioned.
Maintenance and Warranties ~ 10 years
Easy Energy stands behind a two year installation with extended maintenance agreements available and are highly recommended to maximize the output and life of the energy equipment.
Finance and Project Management ~ 30 – 180 days
We develop and secure financing for energy projects in Arizona and California, all applicable rebates, tax incentives, building permits and financing is handled through our company. A finance package may include several components including: utility rebates or renewable energy credits, lease agreement, PACE financing (currently available throughout California), federal or state grants and or traditional bank loans.
For more information on energy incentives available for your business, visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency.
For more information on PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) Financing for the state of California, visit: Center for Sustainable Energy.
For more information on our systems please visit: Energy Generation