Chariot has Teamed Up with Our Sister Company, Axia Solar, to Bring Texans Affordable and Reliable Rooftop Solar Battery Storage Solutions, Backed by Honesty and Integrity
100% Solar. 0% Hassle.
Chariot Energy and Axia will bring you a best-in-class solution without the high pressure sales tactics.
Rooftop solar has never been more affordable. ERCOT customers like you continue to experience high energy rates.
We make for a rewarding process. Rest assured knowing you’ll remain connected around the clock with battery storage.
Energy Rates in Texas have risen significantly over the last five years. With rising demand and the need for updated grid infrastructure, such as the poles and wires, the trend upward could continue.
There has never been a better time to go solar.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Rooftop Solar
Solar panels convert sunshine into solar energy to be used as electricity to power your home
Generally, energy consumption is the amount of energy you use or “Consume” in your day-to-day life. Energy production is the amount of power from the sun that your solar system converts to electricity.
You can generate electricity with your solar system and rely less on the power grid. As a result, you can use the power you generate for your consumption and reduce your electricity bill. In some states, the power you do not consume seamlessly feeds into the power grid in exchange for bill credits on your electricity bill from your utility. In addition, you become more independent from the steadily rising electricity rates, as your solar production is not subject to any price increases.
The solar energy production of your solar system and the potential for self-consumption is dependent on several factors, including, but not limited to:
- The orientation of the solar panels (North, South, East, or West)
- The angle of the roof
- The size of the solar system
In addition, consumption depends on your lifestyle, family needs, and size. Our Solar Advisors will ensure your solar system is built to fit your home and lifestyle.
Even during gloomy weather, the solar panels we offer continue to produce solar energy, but production may vary. This is because the amount of energy the solar system generates is dependent on sunlight. As a result, the solar panels will continue to produce energy, although less in cloudy weather.