Despite supply constraints last year, the solar industry is booming—and demand is expected to increase significantly over the next several years. In areas where the sun shines reliably (like where you live), there is no longer an excuse to pass on going solar.
As outlined in previous emails, the economic benefits (among others) are clear. You can own a system with zero money down and flatten your utility rate for the next several decades while increasing the value of your home. Your investment will pay for itself in no time then provide free, renewable energy from our sun—in turn building a cleaner, more sustainable planet.
But while the incentives for homeowners going solar make the choice clear, there are other parties who still need pressure to continue the fight in the Solar Revolution.
While homeowners can be motivated to go solar by helping the planet (cleaner air is better for all species and ensures a sustainable future), utility companies may see things a bit more reductively (change is hard and it’s all about money).
Ultimately, solar providers, homeowners and utility companies can join forces in the Solar Revolution for the greater good.
Homeowners & solar providers are working together to encourage utility companies to upgrade their infrastructure and offer net metering programs which incentivize solar power and eventually build a grid that is fully sustainable & resilient to environmental threats.