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Solar Power Tips for Bucks County Residents

Bucks County residents have been increasingly embracing solar to meet their daily energy needs. Although their reasons vary from environmental consciousness to financial prudence, there is a consistently growing interest in home solar systems across the county. 

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A Quick and Easy Guide to PA SREC System

The state of Pennsylvania offers a smart incentive program under SRECs for residential solar buyers in the state. As part of this program, PA residents are incentivized for every megawatt-hour of solar power they generate through the year. Broadly speaking, the more solar energy they produce, the more money they get. The SREC incentive is above and beyond the net metering incentive that residents receive by diverting their excess solar power to the grid.

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How much do solar panels cost in PA?

Residential solar is one of the smartest home renovation projects you can undertake in Pennsylvania. It’ll give your home a new look, transform your roof into a source of energy, drastically bring down your utility expenses, and make a powerful statement that you care about the planet’s future.

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Step-by-Step Guide for Homeowners to Shortlist, the Right Solar Companies in CT

Home solar solutions, when designed scientifically, can deliver five-to-six-figure savings for homeowners over the years. Many homeowners have and continue to realize these benefits. Yet, online forums are replete with homeowners sharing their disillusionment with home solar and often complaining that their solar solution falls short of meeting their power needs.

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Green Power Energy Launches the Best Solar Loan in NJ

Green Power Energy Launches the Best Solar Loan in NJ

As we entered 2021, New Jersey climbed into the #2 position on the list of states with the highest installed residential solar capacity. The enormous success of the state’s solar program owes its success to a variety of solar incentives, easy access to solar financing, and a concerted effort by the state and federal governments to improve solar adoption.

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How Much Do Solar Panels Cost in Rhode Island?

The cost of solar power systems has dropped by 80% over the past 10 years. In fact, photovoltaic cells cost anywhere between $0.40 and $1.10 per watt. With most individual solar panels selling at $80 to $400 – with some of the higher-quality solar panels costing even more – you can set up a decent-size solar power system for your home.

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How Much CO2 Do Residential Solar Panels Save in Connecticut?

Connecticut has witnessed impressive growth in solar power adoption over the past few years. Besides the financial benefits, the most important reason for Connecticut homeowners to go solar is environmental responsibility. They seek to reduce their carbon footprint and save the planet from worsening climate changes caused by excessive greenhouse gases produced by fossil fuels.

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Is Solar Power Now the Cheapest Energy in NJ?

Is Solar Power Now the Cheapest Energy in NJ?

Renewable energy sources are sustainable, virtually unlimited in supply, and have a drastically lower impact on the environment. There’s no doubt that they are the future of energy. However, one of the reasons non-renewable sources continue to be in high demand is their cost-effectiveness. But, that’s finally changing.

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