Tips for Homeowners Contemplating Solar Energy Systems from Anthony Clavien

Anthony Clavien solar energySolar system installations are thriving despite prominent US companies going out of business, helping consumers to save on their heating and cooling costs.  Boasting it’s second-best quarter in history, the United States solar industry is forecasted to install as much solar power this year as it did the entire decade of years combined before 2010.

Thanks to the cost dropping dramatically more homeowners are considering solar energy systems.  Here are some points to consider:

  • Some states offer cash-back incentives when a solar system is installed on your home or business.
  • Leasing is available in some areas, lending the potential to lock in a rate that you are paying for your power generated by that solar system for a given period of time.
  • Research solar PV and solar water heating to determine which may be a fit for you.
  • Always do your homework before you partner with a solar energy system company. Utilize resources such as the Better Business Bureau to check their credibility.
  • Read all contracts carefully, have a thorough understanding of what you are committing to before signing on the dotted line.

Homeowners have a lot to gain by partnering with one of approximately 5,600 companies, mostly small businesses, who provide solar systems in the U.S. The reality of going solar is one with true potential to be realized for most homeowners. Anthony Clavien thinks now is the time to think green!

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One thought on “Tips for Homeowners Contemplating Solar Energy Systems from Anthony Clavien

  1. Solar energy helps us to grow plants and vegetable not suitable for local climate. This technique is called green house. This technique helps to provide suitable climate for fruits and vegetables which are grown in specific season for. With this technique we can control temperature, light , ventilation and humidity e.g. it helps to survive heat loving plants in winter. Thanks for sharing…

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