Instant Savings from Day One

Sustainable & Reliable Solar Energy for Your Business or Home


Instant Savings from Day One

Sustainable & Reliable Solar Energy for Your Business or Home


About Us


Why Choose DMV Energy?

For homeowners & businesses looking to get solar energy, DMV Energy is the leading solar panel system broker that sources solar installers that meet your specific needs.  We specialize in large commercial projects.  No job is too large or too small.  Rather than spending your time and energy researching established solar contractors that provide high-quality equipment, comprehensive warranties, and competitive prices, we match your project with the right supplier and provide white glove service from quote to installation.  Solar energy provides instant energy savings from day one.  We cater the programs to meet your specific needs!  We are a Sunmaker for Meitus Energy.


Why Solar Now

The longer you wait to think about solar, the more it costs your business. Commercial prices for solar have decreased 58% since 2012. However, recent policy decisions suggest we may be nearing the bottom of that downward trajectory. The federal investment tax credit (ITC) for solar is equal to 30% of the amount invested in an eligible installation (e.g., if you invest $100,000 in solar, you could receive a $30,000 tax credit). However, the ITC rate will decrease to 26% in 2020, 22% in 2021, and 10% after 2021. Meantime, electricity prices in the DMV continue to increase year over year. The sooner you decide to go solar, the more your business can save.


Lowest Prices & Largest Incentives

Savings from Day 1.  Our program offers the lowest prices on solar energy around.  We offer no money down programs, amazing rebates & astounding return on investments.   We handle everything from A-Z.  LED retrofits, Solar analysis and much more...


HOw Does Solar work


Solar technology is increasing in popularity every day and knowing the basics of how solar power works is important if you’re considering an installation.

When you know how solar power works and understand what it can and can’t do, you can make informed decisions about what is right for your needs.


A typical solar power system will have four main components:

  • The photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert energy captured from the sun into direct current (DC) power
  • The inverter, which converts the (DC) energy captured by the panels into alternating current (AC) electricity which can be used by standard household appliances
  • The mounting hardware, which fixes the PV cells on your roof or other installation site
  • A metering/data acquisition system, which monitors how much of your energy is being produced by your solar panel and how much comes from your utility company


Because solar systems rely on sunlight, they will produce less energy on cloudy days or during the night. However, since most solar energy systems are connected to the utility grid, they can automatically draw power as needed without any interruption of service.

Most homes and businesses with a solar installation will still rely on their local utility provider for backup power. When your solar panels begin producing more power than you need, this excess energy is sold back to the grid and will be credited on your next bill. When you install with Empire Renewable Energy, we'll handle all the paperwork with the utility company and the city so you don't have to!


There are several factors that determine the energy output of a set of PV panels. Some of these variables fluctuate, such as the time of day, the weather or the season. Others are fixed, such as the climate of your area. Locations closer to the equator that regularly see sun will typically produce more solar energy than those that are closer to the poles or prone to overcast conditions.  Solar power can be useful anywhere in the United States.


We work with clients to determine the proper size/location of the system and provide a turn-key product, as well as support and maintenance agreements for systems for years to come. Your business’ suitability to a solar power installation will depend on the environment surrounding your property, too. Areas that see a lot of sunlight during the day are preferred to those that are shaded by trees or other structures. Additionally, enough space must be available — either on a roof or in open, sunny areas, for example. To find out what is best for your needs,                    

Call (410) 900-5600 and a solar expert will visit your property for a free site assessment.