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Residential Solar
Answering a Few Simple Questions Could Save You Thousands Annually Despite the recent implementation of Solar Tariffs at the start of the year, the Solar Energy Industry is still in the midst of a massive growth spurt. Over the last decade installations have grown from just 7.7 gigawatts a year to over 100 gigawatts annually....
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The US solar industry has thrived under Barack Obama’s presidency. There were hiccups every now and then – like Solyndra. But overall, total solar output has mushroomed over the past 8 years.
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American solar wouldn’t be where it is today without incentives. Thanks to state-level net metering programs and the federal solar investment tax credit, homeowners and businesses rarely have to pay full price for their PV installations. And that’s a good thing. These subsidies have helped solar growth over the past several years. Just the federal...
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A lot of prospective customers ask us why they should go solar now.  After all, photovoltaic (PV) panel prices keep dropping year after year.  Isn’t it better to wait? They kind of have a point. All things being equal, a solar installation today will be more expensive than that same installation tomorrow. But all things...
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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has just authorized a new pilot program known as “matinee pricing.” This initiative will allow SDG&E to change some of its rates for energy-hungry commercial, industrial, and agricultural utility customers. But what is matinee pricing? Under the older pricing scheme, the most attractive electricity rates were during evening hours....
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Solar net metering is a powerful green incentive that allows photovoltaic (PV) customers to sell excess solar electricity into the grid – usually at full retail rates. Available in most states, these net metering programs have helped jumpstart the solar industry and made PV systems more attractive for homeowners and businesses all over the country....
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Many solar PV installers use satellite imaging technology to determine if a roof is suitable for solar. But these images can only tell you so much. You can see the total area of the roof, but you can’t easily determine the slant or shading. This is why reputable installers make in-person visits to take more...
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