1. Contact Ocotillo Solar Electric - Click Here to Request a Call Back. Fill out the form and we will be in touch with as soon as possible to schedule a time to visit with you and take a look at your site.
2. Review your site.
- Make sure you don’t have very large trees that shade your proposed install location.
- Review the location of your main electrical panel and the location of any other electrical panels.
- It is important to know where the meter is located on your property.
- Know how many houses down from the corner you are. If your installer uses aerial technology to view your home, these programs may not be completely accurate when viewed online and may not show the locator bullet on top of the correct property.
3. Visit your utility webpage and create a login if you don’t already have one. Gather 12 months of the most recent Electrical Usage in preparation to contact a Solar Contractor.
* Yearly Electrical Usage - You can obtain a month-by-month electrical usage by creating a login with PNM and printing out a copy of the most recent 12 month usage history. This is an important document used to better design the size of a PV system to match your needs. Acquire this document as soon as possible in the search for a PV system proposal.
After you have contacted us, we will schedule a site visit. During the site visit we will assess your electrical system, review the area you are proposing for the solar install and answer any questions you may have. From this point we will a time/place to present the proposal and review any options with you.
Let us know if you have any questions.