Founded in 2008, NuWatt Energy is a solar energy provider located in Massachusetts, Texas, and New Hampshire. Dr. Airman Alawa, Ph.D, is the current CEO and founder of the company. NuWatt Energy’s mission is to reduce the cost of solar power and offers different financing options to its customers. In addition to solar panels, the company also offers solar shingles to create a solar roof and solar sound barriers for communities. The company seeks to source primarily American-made products and provides a competitive warranty.
The company serves customers in Texas, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Rhode Island.
The company’s website lays out how different financing options will impact your budget. The benefit of the layout is that it shows how available tax credits, rebates, and solar renewable energy certificates (SREC) are impacted by different types of payment. The website outlines paying with cash, a fixed month-to-month payment loan, or a short-term power purchase agreement.
A power purchase agreement is a plan that allows customers to predict their energy rate and own their system after 10 years.
NuWatt Energy offers solar shingles to make a solar powered roof on a home. These shingles blend in with a roof more than traditional solar panels would, making them a more aesthetically pleasing solar option.
Rather than just a concrete wall, NuWatt Energy has created solar sound barriers, called Smart PV Noise Barrier Walls, to make a sound barrier functional. These sound barriers are privately funded by a neighborhood or a business, so the funds for the panels don’t come out of the taxpayer’s wallet.
Many NuWatt Energy reviews have stated that their experience with the customer service at this company is good. Many say that the company handles concerns well and does a great job at communicating with its customers. Some customers have also stated that their panels have been worth the investment and they have seen a difference in their electric bill.
Although the website has several pages of information, it uses a lot of jargon that someone new to solar wouldn’t understand. The website could also be improved by sharing the price of solar installation and detailing what the process is like.
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