Despite having some terrible gaps in their overall solar policy, installing solar in Virginia is still quite a lucrative investment thanks to the state’s decent net metering policy and sunny southern skies.
Saving over $15k by going solar in Virginia isn’t difficult, but of course, you need to do your homework first. What incentives are available? What do you need to connect your system to the grid? How much can you save?
We’re here to help with all these questions! Below, you’ll find all the information you need to make an informed decision on Virginia solar: savings estimates, info on solar policy, and a rundown of all incentives available to Virginia homeowners going solar.
Two states, two different approaches to clean energy. In Virginia, lawmakers said “yes” to solar power, passing a number of bills in its latest session that will bolster solar in the state. But next door in West Virginia, the governor approved a bill to rewrite net energy metering rules for on-site distributed solar generation after vetoing the nearly identical bill a few weeks before. What does this mean for each state?Continue reading