Commercial | Solar Panels

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NABCEP Certified

Green Power Systems specializes in small to medium sized commercial & large residential solar energy systems. We design, project manage, monitor, and maintain all types of custom energy solutions.  Our teams are NABCEP certified as well as state licensed electrical contractors with offices through-out Southern California.




People like yourself have made the decision to integrate solar into their electricity … Why?

Savings Every Month. A Green Power System powers your property so you use considerably less electricity from the public utility.

Hedge Against Rate Hikes. Offset energy prices and unpredictable rate hikes by generating your own free power for decades.

Protect The Environment. Most electricity is generated by burning coal that emits pollutants into the atmosphere. Solar electricity comes from a clean and renewable source—the sun.

Increased Property Value. Solar is a smart upgrade that makes your home more desirable and valuable.

If these benefits make sense to you, it’s time to make the switch. It’s your time to BECOME POWERFUL.

Why go Solar?  the answer is up to you

The use of solar panels dramatically reduces the size of your carbon footprint. Solar energy is a renewable alternative to power plants that burn fossil fuels and emit greenhouse gases, which lead to global warming. The decision to go solar, made by tens of thousands of people and businesses, reinforces our commitment to a healthy environment.

Solar finance experts suggest that every 1,000 Watts of power from a PV (photovoltaic) solar electric panel adds $5,000 to the resale value of a home. Solar panels require little or no upkeep, rarely break or wear out, are warrantied for an average 25 years, and can last for greater than 30-40+ years, providing you with clean, consistent energy. Also, much of the cost for the system can be offset with States and Federal financial incentives.

The use of solar energy makes the future bright for California and its residents and leaves a legacy of clean energy and a strong, unsoiled, environment for generations to come.  We keep this in mind everyday as our call to action to continuously question …

When our children look back on the world their parents left them …

will they say, “Thank You.”


It’s a choice with many benefits

Property owners are seeing the solar light.  The reasons vary for each business, though they mainly come down to the following:


It’s free:  Solar-energy systems allow you to capture free sunlight and convert it into usable power in your property.

It’s clean:  Solar energy can be used to heat and cool your property, but it has almost no impact on the global climate. By comparison, electricity generated by power plants produces carbon dioxide emissions that scientists say pose serious threats to the environment.

It’s infinitely renewable:  While nonrenewable energy sources like oil, gas and coal are becoming increasingly scarce, the sun’s energy is limitless. Wherever sunlight shines, electricity can be generated.

It can reduce your utility costs:  Having a system that creates solar energy means you use less electricity from your utility company, and that can contribute to lower heating and cooling costs. This is significant, especially when you consider 56% of energy use can come from heating and cooling*.

It comes with incentives:  The U.S. federal government and some states provide tax credits for renewable energy systems. Depending on where you live, you may also be eligible for incentives through your utility company. To find out what incentives are available in your area, visit

It increases your energy self-reliance:  The more sunlight harnessed by the system, the less electricity you need from your utility supplier.

It can also increase your property’s value:  An investment in a solar-energy system may improve the value of your property, thanks to its ability to lower the cost of heating and cooling. Surveys conducted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have shown that property values rise an average of $20 for every $1 reduction in annual utility bills.

*U.S. Department of Energy statistics