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South Carolina Solar – Everything You Need to Know

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Information about Solar Panels in South Carolina

Not many states can claim that their official amphibian is the salamander. Or that their official pastime is watching two highly decorated college football teams smash the living daylights out of each other. Or that they have the highest rates of front-porch sweet tea drinkers per capita.

With delightful amphibians, delightful summer evenings, and delightful football rivalries, South Carolina is also a delightful state to go solar. With unbelievable financial incentives and fantastic pro-solar policies, the time to go solar in South Carolina is now! To find out just how delightful going solar in South Carolina can be, we've painstakingly prepared this article for your eyes only.

If you're a resident of the Palmetto State, or soon to be a resident of the Palmetto state, or just want to learn about all things South Carolina (perfectly understandable), then boy are you in for a treat.

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Oregon Solar – Everything You Need to Know

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Going solar in Oregon is like taking all your vacations on a beach in Mexico: it’s just a good idea.

Oregon homeowners who go solar benefit from some of the best financial incentives in the country and strong solar policies that make Oregon Solar easy and cost-effective.

If you live in Oregon, take a look below for information on financing, relevant policies, and available incentives. It’s your one-stop-shop for information on solar in Oregon.

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The Top Solar Cities in America

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Solar power is on the up and up — in fact, 2014 was solar’s biggest year! Last year, there was enough solar to power four million average U.S. homes, according to Environment America states that. Given the innovations in solar tech, lower costs to install residential solar panels, and general public support, solar just continues its upward trend. Now, further research from Environment America shows the top 20 U.S. cities for solar power make up 6.5 percent of the country’s solar power capacity as a whole.Continue reading