Powering your home with clean green energy is getting easier and more affordable than ever before!
The Three Models of Energy Cost
The graph below depicts the cost and savings projected overtime for each of the following scenarios:
Doing Nothing: Depending on your utility provider, you are at their mercy.
Lease Model: Expected to be less than the utility, but no guarantee.
Purchase Model: Effective control of your energy cost.
What else does solar do for me?
Reduced Utility Costs
Utility costs are expected to rise more and more over the next 5 to 10 years. Solar, however, is a secure investment that reduces your exposure to rising energy prices.
Lock In Your Electricity Cost
Having a Solar System allows you to predict your energy costs, protecting you from rising cost of utility rates.
Tax Incentives and Rebates
Federal and local rebates can reduce your initial costs by 50% or more. Primary incentive is a 30% federal tax credit offered by the EPA and Department of Energy. This credit allows you to claim 30% of the cost as a tax credit for the year you installed it. That amount is taken directly off your tax payment. Rebates are still available at some locations! Contact us to find out more!
Reduce Carbon Footprint
Most of the power we currently use comes from coal-fired and natural gas power plants. This type of generation is dirty, wasteful and harmful to our environment. Solar energy not only reduces your electric bill but it also reduces your carbon footprint.
With very few moving parts, a solar installation operates reliably for long periods of time. Most solar panels and Inverters have a guarantee of 25 years or more and a life expectancy of over 30 years.
Increase Property Value
Installing a Solar System increases the value of a house by 13%. In some areas, as high as 20%. It does make a difference when you’re trying to sell a home. When you add solar power, you add long-term value to your home.