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Michigan State Solar Incentives

29.07.22 03:24 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Michigan Net Metering

Net metering is a system in which solar panels or other renewable energy generators are connected to the public utility, allowing customers to offset the cost of the power they draw from the utility with credits they earn on their own production. If your system produces more ene...

Iowa State Solar Incentives

18.06.21 11:28 PM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Iowa Net Metering

Strong net metering laws are a bonus for Iowa residents. Net metering is a system in which solar panels or other renewable energy generators are connected to the public utility, allowing customers to offset the cost of the energy they draw from the utility with credits they earn on...

Washington State Solar Incentives

18.05.21 11:26 PM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Washington Net Metering

Washington state has great net metering laws. Net metering is a system in which solar panels or other renewable energy generators are connected to the public utility, allowing customers to offset the cost of the power they get from the utility with credits they earn from thei...

Arizona State Solar Incentives

20.04.21 05:17 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Arizona Leads Way Thanks to Solar Incentives

One of the sunniest states in America, Arizona is ideal for solar power. So it comes as no surprise that the state tops the charts across solar metrics categories. Combine generous, year-round sunshine with Arizona’s solar incentives, along with the feder...

California State Solar Incentives

18.04.21 11:22 PM By Ethan - Comment(s)

California Renewable Portfolio Standards

Just one reason California is a leading state in renewable energy is the state’s strong Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS). The standards mandate that California generate 50% of all its energy from renewable sources by 2030. Utilities will have to pay high f...

Illinois State Solar Incentives

18.03.21 11:15 PM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Illinois Renewable Portfolio Standards

RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standards) are very strong in Illinois. The state must get 25% of all its energy from renewable sources. Utilities have to pay high fees if the standards are not met, so there is strong incentive in Illinois for utilities to offer solar...

Texas State Solar Incentives

08.03.21 06:14 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Texas State Electric Rates

Out of the 50 states, the electricity rates in Texas land right in the middle. The state is 25th for cost of electricity. The more expensive electricity is in a given state, the more financially feasible a move to solar is. A state's electric rates are one of the key factor...

Utah State Solar Incentives

16.02.21 06:22 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Utah’s Renewable Portfolio Standards

Utah has a voluntary Renewable Portfolio Standard that suggests that 20% of all the state’s energy should come from a renewable source by the year 2025. This means that companies are more inclined to offer aggressive incentives and rebates to help meet that goal.

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Wisconsin State Solar Incentives

20.01.21 06:28 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Wisconsin Electric Rates

With high electric rates - the state ranks 12th out of the fifty states - it’s no wonder more and more homeowners are interested in exploring their renewable energy options.

 

Wisconsin Net Metering

Thanks to the strong net metering laws that are in place, Wisconsin resi...

Nebraska State Solar Incentives

20.12.20 06:30 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Nebraska Net Metering

Net metering is the program for connecting solar panels and other renewable energy generators to the public utility, allowing customers to offset the cost of the power they draw from the utility with credits they earn on their own production. If your system produces more energy...

Indiana State Solar Incentives

20.11.20 06:33 AM By Ethan - Comment(s)

Indiana’s Voluntary Renewable Portfolio Standards

RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standards) are voluntary in Indiana. They are merely a goalpost for utility companies, not a requirement. The goal is to make 10% of energy through renewable sources by 2025, a much easier goal than many other states have giv...