AGRICULTURAL SOLAR FOR FARMERS
Installing Agricultural Solar System for Your Farm
Harnessing the power of the sun through an agricultural solar system not only aids in cost reduction but also contributes significantly to sustainable farming practices.
Here are the key advantages of incorporating solar panels on your farm:
- Economic savings through a long-term investment
- Environmental conservation through renewable energy
- Increased property value and agricultural sustainability
- Energy independence and stable power costs for your farm
Every sunny day presents an opportunity for substantial savings. Seize the moment and explore the possibilities of integrating solar energy into your agricultural operations. Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of agricultural solar or to request a complimentary solar quote for your farm.
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT FARM SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION
How do I get started with solar?
If you’re interested in a farm solar installation, a first step is simply to request a free consultation about solar systems and price ranges that would work for you. We can help assess your farm’s solar compatibility and customize a system to your needs and space. Beyond the competitive price tag, we offer ongoing service throughout the entirety of your solar system’s production lifespan, including maintenance, repairs, and updates.
What are funding options for agricultural solar?
Ohio and West Virginia have a variety of programs and incentives to help finance solar power generating installations. Federally, the USDA REAP grant is a major funding resource for agricultural solar installations. At ARP Solar, we believe in empowering farms to harness the full potential of solar energy while staying within their budget. Contact ARP Solar today for assistance with funding research and applications.
What is different about ARP Solar?
At ARP Solar, we’re dedicated to fostering a sustainable and prosperous future for the agricultural community. We want farmers to feel confident in their agricultural solar power system, from the quality of the equipment to the costs and savings to their own knowledge of the system. No two projects are the same, and we will work hard to ensure your solar system is exactly what you need, at a quality and price point that won’t become a burden. Our team is readily available to answer any and all questions you may have at any point of your solar project, from the initial consultation to the end of your solar system’s lifetime.
A DIFFERENT KIND OF SOLAR COMPANY
At ARP Solar, we are committed to providing farmers with affordable and personalized agricultural solar system installations. Our experts work closely with our customers to provide solar generating systems that maximize energy efficiency and minimize long-term operational costs, without compromising on quality. By incorporating top-tier components, employing industry best practices, and exclusively using certified in-house installation teams, we ensure that each installation is designed and implemented to meet the specific requirements of the farm, providing a reliable and sustainable energy source for years to come.
Helping with Grant Funding
ARP Solar has resources and guidance available to help any farmer apply for a variety of agricultural solar funding opportunities.
We Know Our Neighbors
ARP Solar has been owned and operated in Appalachia since its founding in 2008. We work hard to not only provide quality service, but also to support and educate our community members through their transition into a greener future.
Membership and Certification
- Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)
- Green Energy Ohio (GEO)
- US Green Building Council (USGBC)
- Better Business Bureau (BBB)
- Our founder and president, Gary Easton, is a licensed Master Electrician, NABCEP certified, and sits on the Green Energy Ohio board.
CONTACT US TO DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT
Contact us to speak with one of our solar experts today and get a free consultation for your solar project.
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