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Solar....It is Safe, Easy and Affordable

Financial Benefits

Solar energy is smart energy. In addition to savings in your electrical costs, home and business owners can take advantage of state and federal incentives for renewable energy to pay a system off quickly and then start to make money. The financial benefits range from immediate reductions in the out-of-pocket costs sometimes associated with solar, to long-term programs designed to provide a source of income for years to come.

1. Electricity Savings:

You save money by generating your own power instead of using the power from your electricity provider. An average residential system in New Jersey (for example) will produce approximately 8,400 kWh every year.

At a $0.16 per kWh, you'll save $1,344 in the first year. And that doesn't count the income that could be generated by SREC's on top of that!

With skyrocketing electricity prices, you could easily save over $15,000 in just 10 years by owning a solar electric system.

2. Incentives:

Incentives vary from state to state and whether the system is for commercial purposes or for a home. States with incentives typically have rebate-based incentives, production-based incentives or a combination of the two. The Federal government also offers tax credits or grants for renewable energy systems.

3. Increased Property Value:

According to an article on CNNmoney.com, "A study in Appraisal Journal found that for every utility-bill dollar saved annually because of an improvement, you gain $10 to $20 in property value." Therefore, saving $1,300 in the first year off of your electric bill could increase your property value $13,000 to $26,000!

Purchase a solar electric system for your home or business and receive a federal tax credit of up to 30%.



Cost-Effective

Solar energy benefits your pocket. Solar powered systems obviously require an initial investment. However, in the long run there will be no incurring costs whatsoever (unless your panels suffer a fall, and break).

Low-Maintenance

Solar devices have no moving parts in their design, which means that they don't require special protection (like windmills, for example). Solar installations can last for decades, with little to no maintenance required.

Renewable

Renewable Solar energy will not run out until the sun stops shining (in a few billion years). We cannot use it up, like we can do with fossil fuels (natural gas, oil, coal). The sparser the world fuel resources become, the more expensive they will be. Fossil fuels will eventually end, but before they do, their price will keep increasing day by day.

Silent

In comparison to other renewable energy sources (wind and water), solar devices make absolutely no noise during their operation. Wind and water power generators produce a lot of noise, which may be frowned upon by neighbors of the homeowner who started to use a wind or water power generator.
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