Maine is the most northeastern state in the continental U.S, and is a bit of an outlier when it comes to solar. However, for those living in there, Maine solar is still a great deal worthy of consideration.
Despite an aggressive renewable portfolio standard on paper, there is almost nothing in the way of incentives for residents outside of the federal tax credit.
Read on to discover how much profit you stand to make with Maine solar, and whether or not it makes sense for you in your current situation!
Residents of Big Sky Country often find themselves looking up at the beautiful night sky, but it turns out that the daytime sky is quite impressive for a different reason! Montana Solar may not be catching a lot of traction yet, but its flexibility in rural areas, coupled with a substantial return on investment, indicates that this form of energy could be an excellent choice for interested residents.
We'll take a look at just how much profit you could make in Montana and discuss all of the ins and outs of purchasing, local policies, and potential incentives. Let's see what we have to work with here!
Alaska might be "The Last Frontier" but it is definitely possible to tame the sunlight that pours into this state in the name of solar energy! Despite the seasonal weirdness with daylight hours, relatively low energy needs and high energy prices provide a decent environment for Alaska solar.
Sure, the local oil and gas industries won't be too fond of a movement in renewable energy, but what is better than saving the planet while living right next door to fossil fuel producers?
Read on to find out how you can make a profit by helping the environment in Alaska!
Pollution has been around in one shape or another for as long as humans have been walking upright and building fires. Although those early campfires were unlikely to cause any real air pollution or lasting threat to the health of the planet, things have only gotten worse.
If we take a look back through history, people have long recognized air pollution as a serious threat that can shorten the lives of people around the world because they are breathing in harmful chemicals and particulates.
We do a lot of reviews on various solar manufacturers, installers, and service companies here because we want to give people who are interested in solar a leg up when it comes to choosing what is best for them. To continue with that mission, here is our far-ranging SolarWorld review.
SolarWorld has been the largest producer of solar panels in the U.S for more than 40 years, and although they have a global presence, they have a clear commitment to being involved with the country's economy. Most of the panels sold here, for instance, are produced on U.S. soil, and they make every effort to purchase supplies and parts from other American companies.
To be clear, SolarWorld only manufactures solar panels - they do not install the panels. Instead, they leave this work to a short list of local authorized and trained installers.Continue reading
America's Dairyland might be known for its cows, cheese, and snow, but it is also a very nice place to be if you are interested in going solar! Wisconsin solar is very viable, thanks to rebates, credits, and other benefits.
Despite those long winters, relatively small energy needs coupled with excellent rebates and tax credits mean that you can pay off a system fast and start enjoying the benefits of solar very quickly. Depending on where you live, you might also get some benefits from your local utility.
Read on to see how you can make money by helping the environment in Wisconsin!
Home security is an area that few people compromise on to protect their families. You want to choose a reliable product to keep your home secure that will alert you and the authorities when danger is present. For that reason, if you're looking at this company, Vivint Home Security reviews are an essential starting point when shopping for a reliable and recommended home security system.Continue reading
Overall, Delaware stands as a solid backdrop for residents interested in going solar. A relatively aggressive solar carve out means that utilities fight to add solar-producing homes to their network, and depending on where you live, there are some great opportunities to save.
Although The First State might not have the biggest and best incentives, it's a great place to start your journey with solar!
A blazing sun isn't the first thing that anyone pictures when they think of Cleveland's bitter winters, but the Buckeye State has its fair share of sunny days. Even those cooler days are beneficial though, as lower temperatures increases solar panel efficiency.
When looking at solar savings, Ohio solar ranks somewhere in the vast middle when compared to other states. Despite a relative lack of extra incentives, you'll still end up profiting by going solar in this state while doing something positive for the Earth!
It can be a long and potentially overwhelming process to do all of the research necessary to go solar. These days, there are a wealth of installer options available if you want to go for a leased solar option. Today, we will sift through the sea of Sunnova reviews from a variety of different sources to see how they compare to the other players in the industry.Continue reading