As Rhode Island leapfrogs into a green and environmentally responsible state over the next decade, solar power adoption will play the driving force in its renewable energy goals. More RI homeowners are installing solar systems on their properties than ever before. However, there’s still a long way to go before we meet our renewable energy targets by 2030.
Massachusetts has witnessed meteoric growth in solar adoption over the past few years, and this upward trend is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. If you are thinking of joining the solar bandwagon, you are probably wondering, among other things, how long it will take for your new solar system to operationalize and start saving you money.
One of the common criticisms thrown against the vibrant solar plans of the NJ state government is that the demand for solar power is being created artificially and that it would not be economically feasible in the long run to both consumers and the state government.
One of the most ambitious and far-reaching renewable energy programs mounted by the Connecticut state is on the verge of being phased out in the next few months. For residential homeowners, this could be the last opportunity to take advantage of this one-in-a-lifetime savings opportunity as they go solar.
Green Power Energy occupies the leadership position in the Rhode Island solar industry as it brings expertise, experience, and technology to residential customers in the region. But, that’s not why we continue to enjoy the trust and respect of solar energy fans in the entire state.
Once you’ve decided to go solar, it’s time to select the solar installer. With the endless options available in Massachusetts, it can become a tough task to find the right solar installer for your needs. Even when you do, how can you be sure that they are the right choice?
At the outset, this question sounds like the age-old tussle between self-sufficiency and external dependence. Standalone solar systems sound like a great option on paper, because you get complete freedom from utility companies. You don’t have to deal with there bills ever again.
The most important reason for getting a solar loan to finance your solar power system is the collateral. The solar panel system is the only collateral attached to the solar loan. Nothing else!
Solar power is a proven technology with demonstrated and quantifiable benefits. Yet, doubts continue to persist against this renewable energy. One of the common questions we get asked at Green Power Energy by potential solar customers is whether the installation will hurt their property value.
The accuracy of solar quotes depends on the source from which you obtained them. Typically, online solar quote generators tend to be the most misleading. They can be downright inaccurate, and solar companies often cut corners to fulfill the quote’s promises.
Solar companies follow a pretty straightforward process to generate solar quotes for their potential customers. Typically, the first step involves gathering information on your property, such as your yearly power consumption, available roof space, direction of the roof, shade on the roof, and your roof condition.
The small state of Connecticut has been a model state for solar adoption in the past few years. This has been made possible by a slew of government incentives, among other things, that have made solar power highly lucrative for homebuyers.
Residential solar systems are designed to meet the household’s routine energy requirements through the day, night, and varying seasons. But, how do solar installers create a system that optimally meets each household’s needs?
New Jersey does not offer a state solar tax credit to homeowners. However, the homeowners can take advantage of the federal solar tax credit, known as Investment Tax Credit (ITC), and realize a significant “effective discount” on their solar panel system purchase.
Modern solar power systems produce enough electricity to meet the power needs of most households in Rhode Island. However, they come with an inherent drawback – when the grid is down, the panels won’t perform.
Solar plus storage has been catching traction among the homeowners in New Jersey. Solar energy is immensely promising as a clean, virtually unlimited source of
The Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program is designed to replace the Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) II Program and offer residential solar customers consistent, sustainable, and long-term incentives for adopting solar power.
Solar power systems are an investment into the future – a greener, more cost-effective, and more responsible future. Naturally, homeowners want their investment to deliver them predictable returns for decades to come. After all, nobody wants a system that costs more to operate than any savings it delivers. That’s where warranties come into the picture.