We work with a lot of clients whose homes aren’t considered “ideal” for solar. Yes, it’s easy to install a solar array on a nice, wide, south-facing roof. But there are other options, and we’re happy to explore those options until we find one that’s a perfect fit.
In order to find a sunny spot for solar on this site, we had to clear a rocky, overgrown slope near the customer’s driveway. Although the site was rough, the finished residential ground mount is anything but. Solar power flows from the array to an inverter in the homeowner’s garage 50 feet away.