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Five Surprising Reasons to Switch to Solar Now

Posted on December 15, 2022
Outside the most apparent reasons for switching to solar, like the environmental and financial benefits, you might be surprised by these five reasons. 

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Why Energy Prices Are Soaring Inconsistently Across New Hampshire

Posted on November 21, 2022
If you live in New Hampshire and haven’t already seen a significant increase in your electricity rates, you likely will in the coming months. All four of the state’s utility companies have either requested, received, and/or announced a dramatic rate increase from the state’s Public Utilities Commission. 
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Five Tips for Maximizing Your Solar Panel Performance

Posted on November 04, 2022
There are a few common themes among recent solar installers in regards to their new investment. When people add solar panels to their property, they’re often focused on:
  • Finding ways to maximize their production and minimize their consumption
  • Monitoring their consumption patterns
  • Reducing their carbon footprint
  • Maximizing their investment.
Whatever YOUR reason, here are five tips that you, as an owner of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system, can do to maximize your solar energy production and reduce your consumption to get the most out of your system.

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Do You Live In One of the Minnesota Cities That Offer a Program for Solar?

Posted on September 29, 2022
You may be surprised to learn that Minnesota’s relatively frequent number of sunny days and cooler temperatures are well suited for solar. This, along with recent advances in technology, stabilized material costs, and financial assistance in the form of tax credits and incentives, make solar a desirable option for many Minnesotans.
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What Does the Inflation Reduction Act Have to Do With Solar Incentives?

Posted on September 22, 2022
This summer, Congress passed, and President Biden signed into law the historic Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). Although the bill is somewhat oddly named and doesn’t clearly communicate it, this might be one of the most significant events in recent years for the renewable energy industry, particularly the future of solar energy in America. So what does the bill do for solar energy?
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What Tax Incentives Are Available To You For Your Solar Installation?

Posted on April 13, 2022

Tax incentives and solar power are always a big topic of conversation. Here’s a look at what tax incentives are available for home and business owners who install a qualifying solar system.

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EV Incentives and Solar by State (Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Massachusetts)

Posted on January 05, 2022
According to a recent study by EY, more than 40 percent of those planning to buy a new car are thinking of going electric. The rapidly growing popularity of these alternative vehicles coupled with recent federal initiatives to support alternative fuel sources has helped 47 states implement EV and solar incentives, helping to accelerate this trend further.
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Solar Stocks Are on the Rise, and for a Very Good Reason

Posted on December 15, 2021

The solar energy market is rapidly accelerating and has been for roughly the past ten-plus years. Now with the recently signed $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill and a pledge by the Biden administration to move the U.S. to be 100 percent carbon-free by 2035, investors are taking notice.

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Direct Financing For Solar

Posted on December 01, 2021
If you’ve ever considered solar, one question you may have is “how do I afford the upfront costs of the system?” Fortunately, with the growing popularity of solar, there are also more options available for consumers to finance their solar. Below we take a quick look at one of these options—direct financing.
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How Solar Energy Can Free You From Utility Companies

Posted on January 04, 2021

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.

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