The world around us is constantly changing. You know the situation…like, “Where did they move my favorite cold beverage in this darn grocery store?!” Beyond grocery store lay-outs, one of the things that’s also rapidly changing is the world of renewable energies. A long-time name on the scene – solar power – is expected to … Continued
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When it comes to sustainable energy, California takes the lead in adoption rate and progressive policies. Solar panels have been common additions to old and new homes alike for some time in the sunny state. Consequently, few people are surprised by the solar mandate in California. It is all part of California’s ambitious plan to … Continued
The federal solar tax credit significantly reduces the cost of installing solar for millions of Americans. It allows homeowners to claim 26% of the cost as tax credits. However, the tax credit does not always apply to homeowners. In some cases, business owners can be eligible to claim the solar power tax credits instead. It … Continued
How Do New Solar Panel Building Regulations Impact My Business and Clients? Solar panel building regulations are becoming increasingly prevalent across the U.S., and homebuilders need to adapt their building processes to comply. California recently passed legislation requiring all new single-family homes to be equipped with solar-ready equipment. Other states, including Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Colorado, … Continued