Duke Energy Solar Rebate

consumer information about this NC utility incentive

 

Find a North Carolina Solar Contractor

We have selected a list of recommended solar contractors that fit the minimum requirements for the Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress proposed rebate.

These full-service installers also have a strong track record of great solar arrays in the North Carolina region. These are the requirements of every installer on our list:

  • Licensed Electrician
  • General Contractor’s License
  • NABCEP Training
  • 3 Years of Experience in North Carolina
  • Reviews and references available upon request
  • Proven Track Record of Successful Solar Installations.

 

Recommended solar installers for home and business in North Carolina:

  • Renu Energy Solutions (www.renuenergysolutions.com) has been in the Carolinas since 2010.  They’re headquartered in Charlotte with a second office in the Triad (Jamestown, NC).  Renu serves the Charlotte, Mountains, Triad and Sandhills regions of NC.  Renu is both a NC licensed General Contractor (ID: 76615) and Licensed Electrician (ID: 20334U).   You can contact them via their website (www.renuenergysolutions.com) or by calling them at 704-525-6767 (Charlotte) or  336-525-6786 (Jamestown and the Triad).
  • Renewable Energy Design Group (www.redgroupnc.com).  The RED Group serves the Triad, Triangle and Charlotte Regions of  NC.  They are both a NC Licensed General Contractor (ID: 72193) and Licensed Electrician.  They can be reached via their website or calling 877-520-SOLAR.
  • Cape Fear Solar (capefearsolarsystems.com) has been in Wilmington since 2007. They are both a NC General Contractor (ID: 65677) and Licensed Electrician.  They serve the Northeast, Outer Banks, Southeast and Sandhills regions. They can be reached via their website or by calling 910-409-5533.

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