More and more commercial facilities are going solar. Sports venues are becoming more mindful of their environmental footprint and using commercial solar energy systems.
Solar energy has been a male-dominated industry, but things are changing. In New Jersey and across the US, companies in the solar industry are more diverse than other comparable industries like construction, oil and gas, and utilities.
Over the years, the industry has focused on reducing the costs of technology in order to make solar more affordable to the masses. The reduction of so-called “soft costs” will be the next step in refining solar costs further.
There is a good reason why homeowners are going solar in New Jersey. Homeowners are doing it because of the incentives in New Jersey. New Jersey is #5 in the country for the number of solar installations over time, and it will remain at the top of the list for many years to come.
Sunnova, founded in 2012, has been a major player in solar financing in NJ over the past several years. Sunnova and its CEO John Berger bring a Houston “big energy” style to a predominantly Bay Area-based solar finance industry.
Solar installations can certainly increase the value of your property, and this is backed and proven by several studies and reports…
A solar loan generally refers to any loan that enables an individual to finance the solar panel system on his or her home. This also has a narrower meaning, and that pertains to a loan offered by solar installers in collaboration with specialized financing companies or similar firms…
If you are thinking of going solar, it could mean thousands of dollars in costs. That money is not something that every homeowner can afford to pay, especially in cash. However, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any financing options to help you go solar…
The increasing popularity of renewable energy is due in part to governments incentivizing people to use more of it. Moreover, the incentives have become a way to account for the electricity provided by these renewable energy sources the system which is majorly supplied by non-renewable energies…
Home solar systems in NJ are virtually maintenance free. This is because there are no moving parts in a solar array. A solar installer should be using flashings underneath each panel to protect against leaks, they should use panels warrantied for 12-20 years, and strong solar inverters.
Wayne Police Athletic League chose Green Power Energy to install a solar array to offset their electric usage in Wayne, New Jersey. Check out this time lapse video as Green Power Energy gets the panels up through the elements during April 2018.
Solar Shingles or Photovoltaic shingles to be more precise are essentially solar panels which are specially designed and manufactured to perform the dual function of being roofing material and an electricity producer at the same time. Solar Shingles fall into the category of Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) solar energy solutions.
If you are planning to install residential solar panels in NJ this is the normal installation process completed by the installation company in order to get your system online, operational, approved, and eligible for incentives like SRECS. Be sure the residential solar energy company you are dealing with offers a full turnkey service or these tasks may need to be completed by the homeowner.
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