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Fine Lines Solar Projects in
Midland & Odessa, Texas

All of our solar projects in Midland and Odessa, Texas, have so far been tied to the electrical grid. This allows you to sell back any excess power that is generated by the system back to your electrical supplier. AEP's solar rebate programs have been used to offset the cost of the systems.

Internet monitoring is a standard feature of these systems, allowing both ourselves and the client to check the status of all of the modules and the total system output at any time using a smart phone or computer connection.

We design each system to the specific needs and preferences of each client and considering the situation on site. The final size is determined by the monthly energy needs of the building, the available roof or ground space, and the budget for the project.

PV Installation near Midland and Odessa

Midland Project

This 9kw system, servicing a fairly large home with all electric appliances, was installed south of I-10 between Midland and Odessa. The system was mounted on a barn near the main house which was purpose-built with a single pitch shed roof to hold the solar modules.

This system was installed using Enphase microinverters. PV modules generate a DC current which must be "inverted" to AC before it can be used. Microinverters accomplish the task separately for each module, which results in a more resilient system than one using a single inverter for the entire array. If one module falls under shade or malfunctions, the rest of the system remains unaffected.


1422 Spring Creek
Alpine, Texas 79830