#1 Solar Contractor in Texas for 2014 according to Solar Power World Magazine. Thanks y'all.

Solar PV

We have a lot of sun. Let's use it

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Our Services

From beginning to end—a true turnkey solar solution

  • Consulting & Design

    Freedom Solar Power PV System Design

    We work with your site, structure and budget to ensure you receive the best possible return on your solar investment

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  • Installation

    Freedom Solar Power PV System Installation

    Our NABCEP-certified team installs the highest quality solar panels on your array with minimal disruption to your day-to-day operations

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  • Monitoring

    Freedom Solar Power PV System Monitoring

    We continually monitor your system output for optimal performance and provide you with a web-based application to do the same

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We also take care of the necessary permitting and offer our own financing.

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Our Clients

We love Central Texas. Our clients help make it what it is.

  • KDRP Independent Radio
  • University of Texas
  • Whole Foods
  • Lake|Flato
  • Overland Architects
  • The Natural Gardener

From the Blog

Alternative energy news, information (and rants)

  • Solar on Tile Roof

    Solar on tile roofs is becoming more common in Central Texas. There are markets like Arizona and parts of California where clay tile makes up 90% of the systems installed. However, in Texas comp shingle roofs and standing seam metal make up the majority.

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  • Commercial Solar Panels in South Texas

    Freedom Solar Completes Largest Rooftop Solar System in South Texas. Commercial Solar has arrived in South Texas.

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  • Solar Panels and Home Resale Value

    "What's up with solar panels and home resale value?" As a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Texas and an Active member of the local Board of Realtors, I love getting this question. The answer is, “it depends”. There are really two ways to evaluate this question. The first is how Banks value a solar generating asset. The second is how consumers or home buyers value a solar generating asset. Or better put, it’s worth whatever someone else is willing to pay for it!

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Our space in the Twittersphere

  • In the next 15 years, Texas expects to add somewhere between 14 and 27 gigawatts of solar capacity. As more solar... https://t.co/r8MNqPxv45

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