Established in 2006, Solar Panels Plus LLC (SPP) supports solar dealers nationwide and directly supports residential, commercial, and government customers in North Carolina and Virginia. SPP is an installer, distributor, and manufacturer of solar products with a focus on PV solar electric power, solar water heating, solar pool heaters, and solar heating and cooling solutions.
SPP is committed to providing the most efficient, longest-lasting, state-of-the-art solar energy products in the world. SPP provides solar design and installation services, technical support, training, and is responsible for over 150,000 kilowatts of clean green solar power. SPP is a licensed electrical contractor and GSA-approved solar supplier. SPP also provides low interest zero-down residential solar financing. A full list of the products that SPP offers can be found under Products.
Founded in response to a rising need for high-quality, technologically advanced solar energy products, SPP started out as a distributor of solar hot water systems. In 2007 SPP began manufacturing its own line of solar products. Solar Panels Plus is very well known for its Buy American Act compliant brand of solar evacuated tube collectors. These collectors have become recognized in the industry as among the best performing and most efficient solar hot water heating products available and as such, have been selected for many US government and military projects.
180 Watt SPP Solar Panel
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