Solar array never actually produced promised amount, and company has gone dark. in Consumer Services & Disputes Posted 3 hours ago · Report reply 15 hours ago, JFetrow said: On it permanent home, we said we wanted a certain amount of production. . . . It never generated the contract amount You saying you wanted something is one thing, but did the contract contain language that unequivocally guarantees a particular level of production? 15 hours ago, JFetrow said: mouth of the last 24 months, I think 3 were actually at the contract amount. Huh? If you post here again, you should consider proofreading before hitting the "post" button. 15 hours ago, JFetrow said: Is this breach of contract? I would hope it goes without saying that no one who hasn't read your contract can give you an informed opinion about whether a breach has occurred. 15 hours ago, JFetrow said: If the company shuttered, can will still sue for the cost of the array (and what it will cost to actually reach the amount they promised, hopefully)? If you're asking if you can sue, anyone can sue anyone for anything. If that's not what you're asking, you should clarify what you're asking. 15 hours ago, JFetrow said: What can we do at this point? As my prior comments should make clear, a lot depends on the particular terms of your contract. The applicable state law also may factor in.