Jonathan Sabo, Amanda Sabo and Kate Kincaid – Parma, Ohio

Making a logical conclusion of what should be done for our earth, and financial conclusion of it being doable… even profitable in the long run, it was a no-brainer.

Kate Kincaid, Jonathan, and Amanda Sabo, Solar Homeowners – Parma, Ohio
Went solar with the Cuyahoga County Solar Co-op A
System size: 6.67 kW, 23 solar panels

What interested you about going solar initially? Why do you support solar energy?

Techy things tend to always interest me. Amanda became interested after taking a globalization class. It opened her eyes to some of the horrible things we’ve done to the nature for the sake of energy. Making a logical conclusion of what should be done for our earth, and financial conclusion of it being doable… even profitable in the long run, it was a no-brainer.

Why did you choose to go solar with Solar United Neighbors of Ohio?

Honestly, it was available in my area.

What benefits did you experience going solar with a co-op?

According to the quotes provided, we were able to shave off 20% off our overall bottom line. They were also very helpful with hooking us up with a local solar installer.

Has anything surprised you about going solar?

I honestly was surprised about how everything was handled for us, from permits to talking with the electrical company… I didn’t have to lift a finger.

Do you have any data on your solar system’s performance? What electricity savings have you seen since going solar?

The goal with the size of the system was to be 90% of my entire yearly usage.

What advice would you give to someone who is considering going solar?

Ask questions, get down and dirty about the numbers with someone at your co-op!

Is there anything else you would like to add?

The photo depicts the smallest side of the house we have panels on 🙂 the other sides just didn’t work for a photo.

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