Welcome to Green Lizard.
Renewable Energy Solutions.
No one can help you soak up the sun like a Green Lizard.
How we can help you.
Services we provide for Off-Grid or Grid-Tie PV projects big or small including the following:
We can help you - and find the perfect solutions for you and your home - CALL US NOW - and go green!
All GL installs are suited to the individual customer needs, therefore some systems can be as simple as a 135W panel recharging a single battery in an RV, or a full 24 panel 6500W system for a single home with a 3600lbs battery bank. Here are just a few pictures of different GL PV installs:
"Once the renewable infrastructure is built, the fuel is free forever. Unlike carbon-based fuels, the wind and the sun and the earth itself provide fuel that is free, in amounts that are effectively limitless."
“I am not claiming to be the best, but I will for sure do my best”
Frequently Asked Questions
Green energy is the term used to describe sources of energy that are considered to be environmentally friendly and non-polluting, such as geothermal, wind, solar, and hydro. Solar energy can be generated in two forms, namely electricity and heat.
Solar cells or PV-cells are used to convert solar radiation into electricity. Photovoltaic systems release no greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and they don't even need direct sunlight to produce energy; they just need daylight and this means they can operate even during cloudy and less bright days or in foggy weather.
Did you know? The PV panel output is better in colder climates.
People may decide to buy green energy systems for a variety of reasons. Many want to help preserve the earth's finite fossil-fuel resources and reduce pollution. Choosing green energy systems is a powerful and direct way for you to help protect the environment, and make a long-lasting commitment to the planet's future.
Some people like the security of renewable energy, because it makes them less vulnerable to future increases in electricity and fossil fuel prices. Others are interested because renewable energy systems can provide emergency power in case of storms or other power system failures. Finally, some people just don't like paying utility bills and appreciate the independence that renewable energy provides.