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    Huge Victories for Solar in Maine’s 2019 Legislative Session

    We’ve been pushing for better solar policy in Maine for more than 5 years! This photo from the archives shows ReVision co-founder Phil Coupe testifying against the “Standby Fee” CMP proposed to tax solar customers back in 2014. Now, the relentless attacks on solar have been countered with policy that moves us forward instead. Huge […]
    Source Revision Energy |July 2, 2019 |

      Washington now has a solar sales tax exemption

      Thanks to the 100% Clean Electricity Act passed in 2019, sales tax has been removed from most typical residential solar energy systems. For the average customer, that means savings of around 10 percent. Systems 100kW and under installed after July 1, 2019 will not be subject to sales tax. A typical residential system is around […]
      Source A&R Solar |July 1, 2019 |

        Food Pantry Seeks Your Financial Support to Go Solar

        The pantry is pictured here with an inset rendering of a proposed solar array designed by ReVision. Photo courtesy Journal Tribune. Serving thousands of meals every year, Biddeford Food Pantry strives to improve the health and well-being of individuals and families in need by providing critical food assistance. The Pantry recently heightened their energy-efficiency by converting to […]
        Source Revision Energy |July 1, 2019 |

          Installing Solar on Flat Roofs

          Flat roof solar installation is both possible and affordable! With prices comparable to other rooftop installation costs, your flat roof is an excellent location for a solar energy system. With technology allowing smooth installation and deliberate angling, a flat roof solar system is a great option for urban and other homes’ energy needs.
          Source Ipsun Solar |June 28, 2019 |

            Installing Solar on Flat Roofs

            Flat roof solar installation is both possible and affordable! With prices comparable to other rooftop installation costs, your flat roof is an excellent location for a solar energy system. With technology allowing smooth installation and deliberate angling, a flat roof solar system is a great option for urban and other homes’ energy needs.
            Source Ipsun Solar |June 28, 2019 |

              Sun Light & Power supports the Berkeley business community by continuing its solar mission as an ESOP

              Carolyn Berke and Gary Gerber On Thursday, June 13, the employee-owners of Sun Light & Power hosted the Berkeley Business Success Forum presented by Project Equity in collaboration with the City of Berkeley. Project Equity seeks to preserve and strengthen communities by helping mature local businesses transition to employee ownership. Project Equity’s Business Development Manager […]
              Source Sun Light and Power |June 27, 2019 |

                Bi-Directional Metering in Ohio

                All residential solar systems that maintain a connection with their utility company require a bi-directional meter. A bi-directional meter measures the flow of electricity in two directions. It measures how much energy you’ve consumed and how much solar energy you’ve fed back into the grid. Read more about net metering here.  When do I turn […]
                Source Third Sun Solar |June 26, 2019 |

                  Press Release: Concho Valley Electric Cooperative Announces The Agnes Project, its First Community Solar Project

                  The post Press Release: Concho Valley Electric Cooperative Announces The Agnes Project, its First Community Solar Project appeared first on Axium Solar.
                  Source Axium Solar |June 25, 2019 |
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