Solar Install by Edison Solar

Our Company

Edison Solar has been in the alternative energy business since 2007. The company was transformed into a corporation in 2014. With 14 years in the solar business, our company brings a great deal of experience to all phases of solar application.

Edison Solar is fully insured and warrants all of its work for a period of one year. Manufacturers warranties on key components are for 25 years on solar panels and 10-20 years on inverters.

Edison Solar was founded primarily to make a difference in the changing global environment and to reduce the dependence of the United States on foreign energy. Our motto is “cleaning up the world one job at a time”. We believe that renewable energy projects with government support, which all the other energy sectors receive, can now be done economically and that our team is more than qualified to execute any project we undertake. What would decades of free electricity mean to you?

Edison Solar Inc., now in its 14th year, has developed to the point of having all the essential pieces; panels, racking, inverters, technical and labor to undertake megawatt projects. Being in the solar business for this many years we have mature high quality suppliers and knowledge of all the aspects of a solar installation from permitting through purchasing and installation all the way to grid connection or battery storage.

Recently Edison Solar was one of four bidders on a 3.7 megawatt project in Clairton, Penn. We had the second best bid but were located out of State with the winner located in Pittsburg about ten miles from the project site.

Our 14 years in solar business has exemplified out moto, quality, integrity, experience. If you are contemplating a megawatt project and looking for someone to undertake it, or to be a partner or supplier for such a project, let us know?

Edison Solar: Qulaity, Integrity, Experience

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Dr. Miller

Brings decades of experience to the table in business management and construction. A small testament to his business skills is that he was the first in the state of Ohio to obtain a U.S.D.A. solar grant. His experience includes the completion of the "Millwood" real estate development and the "New Building" project in addition to thirteen years in solar business.

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One of our electrical engineers is N.A.B.C.E.P. certified with many years experience in designing and installing renewable energy systems. He was one of only six engineers approved by the State of Ohio for renewable energy project development where State funds were involved before the program was eliminated in 2010. Alternative energy is one of his passions and he spends time keeping up on the latest developments in solar technology. He is so knowledgeable that he is one of just a handful of individuals in Ohio that teach courses for N.A.B.C.E.P. certification.

Our structural engineer is licensed in 19 states and has been engineering for over 22 years.

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Technicians and Installers

Our capable technicians and installers have multiple years of solar experience. They have completed all types of installations from ground mounts to roof mounted arrays. Roof mounts have been completed on most roof composition types from metal to asphalt shingles. Most installed ground mounts have been the "sturdy rack" a special integrated system developed by Edison Solar Inc. The "sturdy rack" reduces the chances of damage from lift, twisting and other designs when compared to most "pole mount" designs.


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At Edison Solar, we believe...

There is no new form of energy on the horizon that suggests electricity is going to become obsolete. Electricity will continue to be needed and electric bills will not go away. These facts are about as certain as death and taxes. Economic history has also demonstrated that electricity prices will continue to rise as is evinced by HB 6. Further, pending new regulations on electric plants will likely increase their cost to comply, raising prices to the consumer.

This being the case, there are four good reasons to invest in renewable energy, instead of continuing to buy electricity generated from fossil fuels. They are: financial savings, increased physical and economic security, reduction of climate change, and preparation for the end of fossil fuels.

The empirical evidence is overwhelming that our world is getting warmer. This is clearly evident from abundant empirical evidence such as the following from 2019:

  • "From May to August, nearly 400 all time high temperature records were set in 29 countries in the Norther Hemisphere"*
  • "Temperatures at Anchorage International Airport spiked to an all time high of 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit on July 4th."*
  • "In July a deadly heat wave swept across Japan sending more than 18,000 people to the hospital in one week."*
  • "Globally, July was the hottest month in 140 years of record-keeping, according to the U.S National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration."*

     *Sciences News 12/21/2019, page 25

The Climate is Changing...

There are two potential categories of causes for climate change. They are the sun and other natural phenomena and the activities of man such as deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions.

While most people do not deny that climate change is happening, some doubt that the activities of man are playing a significant part in the change. If one takes the position that man’s role in climate change is uncertain, then there are two choices, to do nothing or to do something.

If the choice is to do nothing and some years in the future it is determined beyond anyone’s doubt that man’s actions were a substantial factor in climate change then it will be too late to avoid the worst effects because greenhouse gases take a long time to dissipate out of the atmosphere. If, on the other hand, the choice is to take action to reduce climate change and it is later determined that man’s actions had no significant effect, the result is merely a cleaner planet for future generations and a step in the inevitable transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. One thing is for certain…sooner or later fossil fuels will run out.

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Climate change is costing, sickness, death and money...

  • "Climate change is currently costing the U.S. economy about $240 billion a year", and "the world economy about $1.2 trillion annually." Stephen Leahy, National Geographic, 9/27/2017, & Guardian 9/25/2012
  • By 2100, the oceans may become hot enough to "stop oxygen production by photoplankton by disrupting the process of photosynthesis. Given that two-thirds of the earth's oxygen comes from photoplankton, that would likely result in the mass mortality of animals and humans." Journal of Mathematical Biology 2015, & 12/1/2015
  • A Harvard study reported in that "Elevated CO2 levels directly affect human cognition." "At 1,000 parts per million (which is possible by 2100) human cognitive ability drops by 21 percent." McKibbin, Faulter p.35
  • "A 2 degree Celsius rise in tempreature could cut corn production by 18 percent, and sorgum yields by 17 percent, and a 4 degree rise would cut corn yield in half." Inside Climate News 6/11/2018
  • "Delhi India where you wake up to a gray grim purgatory where half of the 4.4 million children have irreversible lung damage, and flights and trains are cancelled because of poor visibility.  Where cricket matches are halted because the players are continuously vomiting from air fifteen times worse than the global standard."  McKibbin, Faulter p.19
  • "Around the world pollution kills 9 million people a year, far more than AIDS, malaria, TB, and warfare combined" Hillary Brueck, Business Insider, 10/24/2017

People can save money...

Perhaps the most important consideration for most people is financial. Consider the following example for solar. If you are paying 12 cents per kilowatt-hour, are in a 35% tax bracket, receive renewable energy credits, and take advantage of the federal tax credit, a commercial solar system will pay for itself in approximately 6 years, leaving a minimum of 19 years of free electricity.

With this kind of savings, doesn't it make sense that instead of sending your tax dollars to Washington that you put those dollars that you can gain from the 26% renewable energy tax credit into your own solar project on your own property? Or, instead of gambling your investment dollars in the peak stock market or putting them in a bank where you will lose your meager interest to inflation, to put those dollars into your own green energy system on your own property and receive a sizable profit right at home investing against an inevitable bill?

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What to do now?

At Edison Solar, we believe that the stakes are too high and the consequences too great for our future, the rest of humanity and the planet that the decision should be made for renewable energy. Installing a solar electricity generating system would be a big personal step you could take to improve our balance of trade, reduce funding for people who want to harm us, affect climate change, and save yourself some money.