With solar energy only accounting for roughly two percent of the world’s electricity, it would be fair to assume that big utility companies have nothing to worry about. But you might be surprised to find out that isn’t the case.Read More
Making the switch to solar has always been a great opportunity for those looking for a reliable source of renewable energy and ways to save on their energy bill.
While using the energy you create from your solar photovoltaic (PV) system can help decrease the amount of energy you pull from the grid, net metering can also help increase your savings by receiving a credit for the excess energy you produce from your utility company.Read More
What are solar incentives?
If you’re considering installing a solar photovoltaic (PV) system on your property, there are a wide range of solar energy tax credits and rebates that you’ll want to be aware of. Many of these incentives—available at the federal, state, and local levels—can significantly reduce your system’s initial and overall costs and increase the rate of return on your investment.Read More
In 2019, the world added more renewable energy than any other source, with solar and wind representing 45% of all new capacity. As the global focus on energy independence and environmental responsibility grows, and demand for clean renewable energy rises, policymakers globally, nationally, and locally are creating programs that increase production to feed this demand.Read More
Businesses across the country already recognize the economic, environmental, and PR and brand benefits of going solar, but there are still more financial incentives available to businesses that decide to install a solar photovoltaic (PV) system on their property.Read More
Your solar estimates should include two different types of warranties. One type of warranty covers the physical components, while the second warranty should cover labor and installation. How many warranties you’ll have total at the end of the project may vary - depending on your system, each individual component you purchase could have two warranties.Read More
If you’ve done your homework and selected a few reputable solar installers to provide you an estimate, you should be in a position to evaluate the best fit for your situation and property. However, occasionally there are elements of an estimate that are confusing or unclear. Here are three tips to help you discern between subtle differences and obvious red flags.Read More