Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the Union, but there are some very big reasons why Rhode Island solar can be a big hit for you. Between the grant program, federal tax credit, and some absolutely insane performance payments offered in the state, there is more than enough here to make a strong financial argument for getting over the pre-solar jitters. The performance payments alone can total around $5,000 in savings over time! It is clear that the state government strongly endorses both current and future solar in the state, and Rhode Island homeowners enjoy some of the highest solar savings in the country!
Read on to find out more about how you could save a lot of money while positively impacting the environment at the same time!
To anyone seriously considering Louisiana solar, we're going to come right out and say that it is a challenging landscape to make a good return on your investment here. Policy in this state has been very generous in the past, but due to retroactive caps placed on their best incentive, many people are finding it difficult to make a choice to go solar.
In Louisiana, your desire for solar power must be strongly motivated by helping to save the environment and provide renewable energy for yourself to move away from using fossil fuels.
If you’re thinking about going solar in Illinois, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got everything you need to get informed. Below you’ll find info on savings, relevant state policies, and available incentives. In Illinois, solar is a great way to go, so take a look below to learn how.
While you may think of snow when you think of Colorado, it actually has great potential for solar! The state is ranked ninth best in the United States in regards to total installed solar, putting Colorado Solar right up among the best!
Even though the ‘300 days of sun’ is more myth than reality, major parts of the state usually see around 245 days of great sun. The market and policies are also set up relatively well to provide easy access and incentivize solar on your rooftop (or if you are a renter or don’t have a house well-suited to solar, community renewable energy is prominent here too).
Are you a Colorado resident thinking about rooftop solar? If so, read on!
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.
With a state average of 300 days of sunshine throughout the year, the number of solar installations in Arizona are growing so quickly that APS (the state’s largest utility) has been struggling to keep up with all the approvals homeowners submit to connect their panels to the grid. And there are now dozens of solar companies popping up in the state, each looking to serve the rapidly expanding solar market. Of course, not all are up to the task of being one of the top solar companies in Arizona.
If you’re considering going solar and you live in or around Flagstaff, Arizona, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you are wondering about your local utility’s policy, installation costs, or financing, keep reading. We have the answers to all Flagstaff solar installations below!
This post has been developed especially about solar in Flagstaff, AZ, for residents that are served by the electric utility Arizona Public Service (APS). If that doesn’t apply to you, you can still check out the Arizona solar energy state page to learn more about solar in your state.
If you’re looking for a simple yes or no as to whether you should install solar in the Flagstaff area, the answer is definitely ‘yes’, similar to the rest of the state. The sunny weather, cost of electricity, and relatively solar-friendly policies make it no surprise that Arizona has the third-highest installed solar capacity of any state in the US. Read on to find out more!
When it comes to your electricity bill, do you know how much you are spending per month on powering your home or business in Los Angeles? Did you know that there are several different factors that influence how much your monthly electric bill will rise or decline? That’s right – you can make your electricity bill more affordable in many different ways.
In 2011, the sheer quantity of solar panels residents and businesses of Gainesville, FL had installed made national news. The number of solar installations was three times as high as the US national average and higher even than solar-friendly countries like Japan and France. No doubt this spike in popularity was due in part to GRU’s (Gainesville Regional Utilities) very popular solar feed-in tariff program which provided incredible financial incentives for solar electricity pushed back into the grid by their solar customers.
With sunny skies and numerous solar installers, using solar panels in Fort Lauderdale is a great idea. It’s even home to Advanced Green Technologies, the largest solar installer in the state (though SolarCity will take over this title as they begin in operations there).
If you’re a homeowner in the Fort Lauderdale area, there are a handful of financial incentives –-including the 30% federal tax credit and net metering -- that make going solar a great decision. While Fort Lauderdale homeowners won't save as much money as those in solar-friendly states like California or Oregon (where homeowners can enjoy upfront rebates from their utilities and electricity rates are high), you can still save of dollars by installing Fort Lauderdale solar panels!
For a broader state overview, see our Florida Solar page.