Tag Archives: Solar Rebates

Texas Solar Rebates

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While many of the the solar rebate programs in Texas are fully subscribed for 2010, there are still some programs open and offering some great rebates. Some of the program details may appear confusing but not to worry, if you contact one of our qualified local installers they can clear up and questions you have and provide you with […]

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The Future of Residential Solar Energy

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As I’ve watched the residential solar energy market for the past year I’ve often wondered where it is heading. Who will emerge as the dominant players?  Will the panel manufacturers ultimately control the industry or will those on the leasing and finance side?  How will rebates look in years to come?  Will the federal and local governments […]

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Governor Martin O’Malley Reaffirms Maryland’s Commitment to Solar

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Today, Maryland governor Martin O’Malley signed into law five energy bills that will drive the adoption of renewable energy and accelerate the creation of green jobs across the state. The main bills that will fuel the growth in the solar industry include an acceleration of the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and an extension of therenewable energy tax […]

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Pennsylvania Solar Rebates: A Closer Look at the Sunshine Solar Program

Are you are homeowner in Pennsylvania? Have you heard of the Sunshine Solar program? Before we go into details about the program, did you know that in June, Pennsylvania receives just as much solar radiation as South Florida. So if you think Pennsylvania is not suited to solar then think again. In fact, state law makers want […]

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New Jersey Solar Rebate Program Sold Out, Again!

The New Jersey solar rebate program has stopped taking applications as of Tuesday due to the overwhelming number that have been lodged over the past weeks. The Board of Public Utilities spokesman (BPU) Greg Reinert says applications were suspended in April when the program reached its monthly limit. On May 3rd, when the next funding cycle began, there […]

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Making Money with New Jersey SRECs

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In addition to the federal investment tax credit, in which 30% of your solar investment can be written off against your taxes no matter where you live, states like New Jersey have begun to offer tremendous local incentives for residents to adopt solar lifestyles.  One of those incentives is known as a Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC), which can appear […]

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Californians Not Phased by Falling Solar Rebates

In the last two weeks the rebate level for the California Solar Initiative (CSI) rebate program dropped for customers of PG&E from $1.10 to $0.65. This is great news because the rebate reduction is triggered by more people deciding to go solar. The thinking behind this planned reduction in rebates was driven by the assumption that the price […]

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Massachusetts Home Solar Power Rebates Coming Soon!

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Attention Massachusetts homeowners, the launch of block 2 of funding for the Commonwealth Solar II rebate program is currently scheduled for April 9, 2010. Commonwealth Solar II rebate program is offered by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and provides rebates for the installation of grid-tied photovoltaic (PV) systems at residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and public facilities.# If your […]

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PG&E solar rebate about to drop again!

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There is news out today indicating that the state solar rebate for PG&E customers is going to decrease from $1.10 per watt to $0.65/watt. That means if you decide to install a home solar energy system after the decrease takes effect in about a month you will have to pay approximately $2,000 more for your solar system. […]

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