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Why Choose Border Solar?

Our staff handles your Solar system from design, installation, start-up and warranty. No subconractors. We have the design expertise and our Solar Consultants have the right information you need to make the transition to Solar Energy. We have YOU covered with a 10 year Installation Warranty on all SUNPOWER Systems - one of the best in the industry - and 5 year on other Solar products. Every system we install is backed by one of the best Service and Maintenance Departments in the state; ask about our Extended Warranties.

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We've committed ourselves to being the only full service Solar Integration company in the El Paso Area available with someone to answer your calls 24 hours a day and schedule a free Solar Site Assessment and estimate.

We have a team of Solar specialists and technicians that will evaluate your home or business and present you with all of the information you need to make the right decisions to Go Solar with Border Solar. Our Team is ready to find the right solution for you:

    • System Size
    • Financing
    • Energy Management
    • And more...

Contact us today how you can start using Solar Energy and start saving thousands of dollars.

How to get started:
      Border Solar can assist you or your organization to analyze project feasibility and different Solar Power Options. To get started, we need would need to collect some basic information about your buildings and/or goals, and simple characteristics of the buildings and/or sites (accessibility to South-Southwest sun exposure, installation type and principal electrical loads). If you have past electricity bills they will also help us, but they are not necessary in your first call.

      In El Paso, Texas call us at (915) 875-1305 or start by filling our
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      In Sunland Park, Santa Teresa, Las Cruces, Deming or Alamogordo, NM call us at (575) 888-0008 or start by filling our
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Residential Solar power systems produce energy from sunlight. A Solar Power system can generate all of the electricity required to run your home or just a portion of your home's electricity consumption depending on the size of the system you install.

The systems are most commonly installed on the home's roof but can also be installed on the grounds of your property on carports, trellises or covered patios. Border Solar will design the Solar System that best fits your location, budget and your energy needs.

How Do Residential Solar Systems Work?

Solar Panels / Modules
Solar Modules are mounted on the roof or around your home to capture the energy of the sun and produce Direct Current (DC) power.

The DC power generated at the modules is then sent to the a piece of equipment called the Inverter, which converts the DC power from the solar panels to Alternate Current (AC) power, just like the power your home receives from the power company through the Utility Grid.

Electrical Panel
Once the power is converted to AC power, it travels to your electrical service panel or breaker panel box, which is then distributed to the rest of the home to satisfy any electrical loads that the home is using.

When the home is not using electricity the excess power is then sent back to the grid through the electrical meter, causing your meter to spin backwards and credit your account with the utility company.

When your solar system is not producing power at night, then you will use power from the utility company or when your consumption exceeds the power being produced by your solar system, making it very convenient and avoiding the need to have a battery bank.

Net Metering

Net metering is a policy that benefits consumers who own renewable energy systems, such as solar power or other types of alternative energy systems. Net metering means that any excess power that remains after your energy consumption will be credited to your account. Under net metering, a system owner receives retail credit for at least the portion of the electricity they generate.