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Cost of Installing a Residential Solar System is Dropping

November 30, 2018
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As of January 2019, the average cost of installing solar panels in the United States is $3.89/watt. Typically, a 6kW solar system runs around $23,700.00 before the federal solar credit and approximately $16,600 after claiming the federal tax credit. The costs vary further depending on what other incentives are offered in the state in which […]

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Solar – What to Expect in 2019

November 15, 2018
All, Solar News

The Energy Information Administration is forecasting that solar and other renewable energy generation is expected to move forward, though slowly, in 2019. The current administration policy on solar energy is not favorable; thus the forecast of a 1% increase reflects caution on their part. This being said, solar is here to stay and will continue […]

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Powering Your Home with Solar Has Become Easier & Cheaper Over the Years

October 30, 2018
All, Solar News

Before 2008, converting your home to solar was a relatively unique process with limited options for installation. Installation was also very expensive, as were panels and inverters. In 2008, however, solar energy deployment increased at a record rate, not only in the United States but across the world. At the close of 2017, the Solar […]

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Tax Incentives for Homeowners Converting to Solar Energy in 2019

October 15, 2018
All, Solar News

Converting to solar energy is a positive step toward our nation’s energy independence, as well as being a good strategy for minimizing environmental destruction caused by continued mining, and transporting of dirtier substances like coal and oil. To encourage the continued expansion of the use of solar in 2019, state governments, utility companies and many […]

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Nevada Solar Energy Incentives

May 2, 2018
Solar News
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Nevada Solar Energy Incentives The state of Nevada is working with Nevada utility companies to move twenty-five percent of the State’s electricity to renewable sources by 2025. As part of this aggressive push towards renewable energy sources, Nevada Energy offers a solar rebate to homeowners and small businesses who install solar panels in Nevada. The […]

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Net Metering Settlement in Utah

April 26, 2018
Solar News
Utah Solar

Net Metering Settlement in Utah Recently, in the state of Utah, a settlement was reached that allows Rocky Mountain Power to end their current net metering program for reimbursing their customers who have installed solar panels. A new plan allows Rocky Mountain Power to slightly lower the amount paid to solar users who generate excess […]

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The Latest 2018 NJ Incentives on Solar Power Equipment

April 17, 2018
Solar News
New Jersey Solar

The Latest 2018 NJ Incentives on Solar Power Equipment New Jersey still has some of the best incentives on solar power equipment of any US state but it won’t be forever. See what you can do now to benefit. It’s no accident that over 80,000 homes and buildings in New Jersey have installed solar power systems. It’s […]

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Duke Energy of North Carolina Proposes $62 Million Solar Rebate Program in 2018

April 6, 2018
Solar News
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Duke Energy of North Carolina Proposes $62 Million Solar Rebate Program in 2018 According to the International Energy Agency, the years 2016 and 2017 saw solar power as the fastest growing source of energy worldwide. For the first time, solar power outstripped all other forms of power generation, including coal, hailing a new era in […]

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