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What If We Could Install Solar Panels on Every Suitable Roof in the US?

July 3, 2018
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At SunLynk, we’re interested in the future.  So we like to ask “What if?” So, what if we could install solar panels on every suitable roof in the US? How much clean, low-cost electricity would those panels generate?   To answer that question, researchers from the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory started asking questions and […]

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Going Solar in Colorado

June 26, 2018
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Colorado is a great state for anyone who loves the outdoors. With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, Colorado also offers homeowners a prime way to go solar. Colorado has consistently been on the list of top ten states with the most solar installed per capita as well as the greatest solar job […]

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Great Reasons for Going Solar in 2018

June 19, 2018
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Going solar is a big decision and there are pros and cons for doing so. Some reasons for making the leap to solar are obvious, like supporting energy independence and cleaning up the environment. Others have to do with reducing your energy costs and increasing the value of your home.   Let’s start with the […]

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Incentives for Switching to Solar

June 12, 2018
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To encourage continued expansion of solar alternatives, the federal government and individual state governments, utility companies, construction companies and others offer homeowners and many small businesses solar tax breaks and a host of other financial incentives. Depending on what state you live in, you can reduce the net cost of installing a solar system by […]

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California Commits To Going Solar

June 6, 2018
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It’s official! On May 9, 2018, the California Energy Commission (CEC) voted unanimously to incorporate advanced efficiency measures and rooftop solar in virtually all new homes built in California after January 1, 2020. These measures update current commitments to solar that are expected to save Californians an additional $1.7 billion in energy costs over the […]

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New Jersey Ranks #5 in the Nation for Total Generation from Solar Panels

May 29, 2018
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It has never been a better time for more New Jersey homeowners to explore going solar. Phil Murphy, New Jersey’s new governor, is a clean energy advocate. He is considering a bill, recently passed by the NJ legislature, expanding solar requirements in the State. That’s the good news. The potential downside for homeowners is the […]

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Going Solar in Connecticut

May 22, 2018
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Whether you live near the coast or the Housatonic State Forest, in New London, Middletown or Norwalk, 2018 is a good year to go solar in Connecticut. The Governor and General Assembly are committed to renewable energy. They are offering incentives that make it easier than ever before to help Connecticut homeowners get in on […]

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Forecast for Going Solar in Florida

May 15, 2018
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Florida ranks third, just below California and Texas, in terms of rooftop solar potential but drops to 12 when it comes to incentives for going solar. Why? Because the utility companies are fighting solar implementation tooth and nail. The Florida legislature seems conflicted on taking a specific stand. That said, there is a novel initiative […]

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