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Solar Tax Credit for Home Solar Panel Systems What is The Solar Tax Credit? The tax credit for installing a solar system on your home or business has been around in various forms since the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Also known as the solar Investment Tax Credit or ITC, this federal program allows anyone…Finish Reading
Should You Buy Solar or Lease It? Which is a better deal for solar homeowners? How did solar leasing start? Solar Panel Installation Lancaster, CA In the early days of home solar (2001 – 2007) solar leases were just a concept kicking around MBA programs in the Silicon Valley, and few homeowners had even considered…Finish Reading
Net Metering 2.0 and Home Solar If you are reading this article, chances are you’re considering solar for your home and are trying to understand how changes to net metering will impact your solar savings. While Net Metering 2.0 is different than Net Metering 1.0, installing solar panels still makes financial sense given California’s hot…Finish Reading