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What can you gain from using solar?

Energy independence. The grid won’t control how much you pay for electricity anymore, instead they’ll end up paying you. Your solar power helps strengthen the grid. Unlimited savings. Your environmental-saving solar system will end up paying for itself. Power companies have buyback programs that will credit you for the excess[…]

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Return On Investment

Our customers pay an average of $2,000 per year for dirty power from their electric company. (Your household’s current cost is likely very near to this figure.) This means that, considering zero inflation of price per kWh from your utility, you will have paid them roughly $50,000 after 25 years.[…]

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30% Federal Tax Credit for Solar Energy Systems

The Investment Tax Credit (ITC) allows new owners of solar energy systems to deduct 30 percent of their installation cost from their federal tax liability. There is no cap on its value. This means that, as long as you own both your home and your solar system, a full 30 percent of the[…]

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Is Solar Energy a Good Investment for Residential Properties?

A HOME WITH RESIDENTIAL SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM- WILL IT PAY OFF? Home owners who integrate residential solar panel systems in their homes receive countless benefits and are always in advantage. Due to the residential solar panel, they have lower electricity bills, higher home values and low carbon footprint associated with[…]

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The Cost Of Going Solar Today

If you’re a homeowner who is thinking about solar panel cost in the Long Star State, then now’s the best time as any to make the switch to Solar, and here’s why? Figuring out the best way to finance the solar panel system for your home can be a daunting[…]

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State of The Art: Photovoltaic Modules

The silicon-based commercial solar cell was first released by Hoffman Electronics in 1955. At the time, solar panel cost was $25 per cell, with a 2% efficiency rate. Since these cells were nowhere near as efficient as they are today, they cost $1,785 per watt. Adjusted for inflation, that’s around[…]

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Is Solar Worth It Yet?

Many homeowners like yourself are now wondering, “Is the solar technology I’ve heard of for years generating a sufficient return yet?” It’s no secret that solar power has grown into a trend, but is it merely trendy, or is it now a smart decision? Has solar panel cost come down[…]

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The Sunshine Solar Mission

How it began July heat in Texas is quite simply a very miserable thing to endure. It’s degree of “miserable-ness” is significantly heightened when you are on top of a roof in the middle of the day, and the sun has just crested to it’s zenith in the sky. But[…]

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