Stitt solar electric systems are sized to help you be as energy independent as you want.

Produce Free & Clean Energy with Solar Panels

Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are durable, reliable, and ready to generate power for decades. They’re also eligible for a 30% federal tax credit and state and utility rebates. Stitt Solar designs and installs residential and commercial solar PV systems throughout Northwest AR.

What Solar PV System Size Do You Need?

Our team will help you design a system that offsets part or all of your electricity bill, depending on your preferences. When designing PV systems, we assess a number of factors, including:

  • How much electricity you use every month

  • How much you can reduce current electricity usage

  • How much shade-free space is on your property

  • Preferred system type (grid-tied, grid-tied with back up, or off-grid)

  • Preferred system size

  • How much you want to spend

We've installed numerous solar array's over the years... Check out a couple of examples of our past work!

GET A FREE SITE ASSESSMENT

Interested in installing solar panels on your home or building? Schedule a free site assessment! We install solar throughout Northwest Arkansas, including Rogers, Bentonville, Springdale, and Fayetteville.

 

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A simple grid-tied PV system generates and sends electricity directly to your home's electric panel.

A grid-tied system with battery back-up generates electricity, stores it, supplies it to household loads, and forwards any excess to your utility.

An off-grid PV system has no connection with any utility and must generate and store enough electricity on its own to run your entire house.

Connecting Your System to Your Local Utility

A grid-tied system allows you to take advantage of net metering, where you earn credit for the excess electricity your system sends to the grid. Utilities require a completed net metering application before they let you connect to their lines, and a licensed electrician must make the final connection.

After your system is installed, utility personnel will inspect it for compliance with local, state, and national electric codes to be sure that power from your solar array cannot be sent to the grid during a power outage. When your system passes, you're ready to produce your own power and start saving with net metering!