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Complete GRID TIE 5.06 Kw Solar System:

22 Astronergy 230 watt Monocrystalline panels with a Kaco 02xi inverter.   Contact your local dealer for local pricing and incentives across the United States.


Welcome to Infinergy Wind & Solar

What We do

Infinergy Wind & Solar is an installer of Solar and Wind Energy Products. Through our national installation network we can install your system in most of the United States.  No one beats the scale of our dedicated network naga trading platform; which when combined with our Vendor Financing through the Harvest the Sun Leasing progam makes Infinergy the Go To Organization for all of your Renewable Energy needs.

Remember our commitment to providing "Today's Energy with Tomorrow's Technology" and that includes the most innovative financing options available in the national market place.

We carry many of your alternative energy needs from complete systems to components such as:

                    * residential solar panels

                    * marine and RV solar panels

                    * solar panel mounting kits

                    * marine and RV wind turbines

                    * grid tie power inverters

... and we're continually adding more products for your alternative energy needs!

Why Wind and Solar Power?


Wind Power

Wind power is the conversion of wind into a viable power source by using wind turbines, which generate electricity as they turn. Wind turbines are often situated on wind farms, which are connected to electric grids, capable of storing and distributing electricity to remote locations. Currently, wind power accounts a substantial percentage of electricity in many countries, including 19% in Denmark's, 9% in Spain and Portugal, and 6% in Germany and Ireland. As a clean, plentiful energy source, that minimizes our reliance on fossil fuels, wind power has a great deal of potential: studies show that with the advent of a national grid, wind power could come to supply one-third of American electricity needs.

Solar Thermal

Solar thermal energy is power that is harnessed from heat given off by the sun, which is then used to drive turbines that convert it into electricity, or as shown here, it may also be used directly to heat water.

Solar Photovoltaics

Solar Photovoltaics - unlike solar thermal - convert solar energy directly into electricity. According to the US Department of Energy, PV systems installed since 1988 provide enough electricity to power 250,000 American homes-- or more than 8 million homes in the developing world. Solar Photovoltaics can be integrated into roof tiles for personal homes, be used to produce energy on cloudy days, and could supply up to one-quarter of all our energy needs if solar panels were put on all sunny American buildings.


Aside from the obvious incentive of protecting our resources by using renewable energy versus fossil fuels, we can also protect our environment be reducing greenhouse gasses.

Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership's (REEEP) sixth annual report provides details on the actions that Global 500 companies are taking to combat climate change. Respondents stated that energy efficiency is proving to be one of the most cost-effective abatement options to meet long term emission reductions. Commenting on their energy reduction strategy, Dow Chemical replied that "over a 12-year period, Dow saved more than $7 billion and conserved more than 1,400 trillion BTUs and mitigated approximately 70 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent greenhouse gases."

Stimulus Package Extends, Enlarges Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives

Congress passed an economic stimulus package that does much to promote energy efficiency. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009 includes several provisions modifying and expanding the scope of the energy efficiency and renewable energy incentives. A few notable changes(1):

  • Energy efficiency incentives for upgrades to existing homes have been extended, and are now available for 2009 and 2010.
  • The financial cap for these incentives, which cover home envelope improvements as well as heating, cooling and water heating equipment, was increased to $1,500 (from $500).
  • Lower caps, such as the $200 cap on new windows, have been abolished. The existing home incentives are now calculated at 30% of the cost of the installation (labor and equipment), up to the $1,500 cap.
  • Standards for equipment eligibility have changed – see the individual topic pages on the Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP) site for details.
  • On-site renewables (solar photovoltaic and hot water systems, small wind systems, and geothermal heat pumps) are now eligible for a tax incentive worth 30% of the total cost, without a cap.
    • Homeowners are eligible for tax credits for qualified solar water heating and photovoltaic systems. Solar water heating systems produce hot water, photovoltaic systems produce electricity. The credits are available for systems "placed in service" at any dwelling unit, not necessarily the primary residence, between January 1, 2006 and December 31, 2016.
    • Owners of small wind systems with 100 kilowatts (kW) of capacity and less can receive a credit for 30% of the total installed cost of the system. The credit will be available for equipment installed through December 31, 2016. This legislation marks the first federal incentive for small wind systems since 1985. The incentive was further expanded through the American Recover and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009, which removed the financial cap that had been present in the 2008 legislation.
  • There are new incentives for plug-in electric vehicles, and plug-in conversion kits.

A good source of information about these systems is Solar Energy Industries Association(SEIA).    


  • (1) "On-Site Renewables Tax Incentives" section of The Tax Incentives Assistance Project(TIAP) website