Marso Electric LLC
1537 360th St
Decorah, IA 52101
Hours of Operation24/7
Marso Electric, LLC - your full-service electrical contractor licensed and insured in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
Marso Electric is a full-service electrical contractor providing comprehensive commercial and industrial services to customers in the Decorah, Iowa area. We are fully licensed and insured in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin and offer a wide range of services including electrical contracting for new construction, renovations, improvements, service upgrades, retrofits, and service installations. We are also experienced in commercial solar projects. From the start of your project to finish, our experienced staff will provide you with the expertise to ensure your electrical project is completed on time, on the budget, and up to code.
Marso Electric LLC is an insured, bonded and licensed installer of both residential and commercial renewable energy platforms. Solar and Photovoltaic technology and devices are proven and reliable. In most states, there are attractive energy tax credits at both the state and federal level. Contact Pete Marso at 563-379-1059 to learn more about how to save energy at your home and/or business.
Solar Technology - Our sun is a naturally occurring nuclear reactor. It releases tiny packets of energy called photons, which travel the 93 million miles from the sun to Earth in about eight-and-a-half minutes. Every hour, enough photons impact our planet to theoretically satisfy global energy needs for an entire year. However, the solar-generated power currently accounts for just four-tenths of one percent of the total energy consumed in the United States. Solar technology is improving and costs are dropping rapidly, though, so our ability to harness the Sun's abundance of energy is on the rise.
Photovoltaic (PV) devices generate electricity directly from sunlight via an electronic process that occurs naturally in certain types of material, called semiconductors. Electrons in these materials are freed by solar energy and can be induced to travel through an electrical circuit, powering electrical devices or sending electricity to the grid. PV devices can be used to power anything from small electronics such as calculators and road signs up to homes and large commercial businesses.