Solar Energy Systems in Chevy Chase, MD

solar panels getting installed on rooftop

In the race to stop the use of dirty energy and shore up the state economy with new green jobs, Maryland is emerging as a serious competitor — and Chevy Chase residents are well-positioned to take advantage of solar energy systems.

Maryland has already quadrupled its solar energy capacity to 1,000 megawatts since 2015, and the state aims to eliminate carbon emissions by 2040.

If you’re interested in reaping the benefits of a solar energy system for your home or business, Revolution Solar can make the process simple and ensure you get all the incentives available.

Call (202) 827-6527 today to learn more about switching to solar.

Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions we receive about solar panel systems include:

Most solar panels are constructed with silicon designed to convert sunlight into electricity. The panels are built with glass layers, along with wiring and a frame.

Solar panels harness energy from sunlight and convert it into usable electricity. The silicon cells within the panels absorb photons from sunlight, which generates an electrical current. The energy is then converted into electrical energy, which can be used to power homes and businesses, or be stored in batteries for later use.

The life span of solar batteries can vary depending on the type of battery, usage patterns, and maintenance. On average, solar batteries can last anywhere from five to 15 years. Regular maintenance and proper usage practices can help extend their life span.

The number of solar panels needed to power a house depends on the energy consumption of the household, the location of the house, and the efficiency of the solar panels. On average, it ranges from 12 to 20 panels.

Yes, solar panels can still generate electricity during the winter. While their efficiency may be slightly reduced due to shorter daylight hours and potential snow cover, modern solar panels are designed to capture sunlight even under cloudy or overcast conditions.