Happiness is a Home Powered by Sunshineicity
Take a look at your latest electric utility bill, and imagine how much smaller it was a decade ago. Then, with all your lights lit, and all your appliances doing what appliances do, go outside your home and watch that meter dial spinning around. What you see is money flowing from your bank account to the electric company.
Now, close your eyes and imagine that thing spinning in reverse.
That vision is no idle dream. It could happen — and at an investment you can actually afford today. Solar affordability is not just for the wealthy anymore, thanks to some recent advances in the technology — and in the way some progressive thinking companies are pricing their installations, including state, local, and/or federal incentives.
You are paying for it already, and you are sure to pay more in the future, if you don’t go solar. Chances are very good that for an investment no greater than what you are already spending for electricity, you could have solar panels installed on your home — all but eliminating those ever-increasing bills from the utility company. In some cases you may even be able to start saving from the day your system is activated.
If you are coming around to this way of thinking, you are not alone. Solar energy is being accepted at a faster pace than ever, growing at a rate of 112% year over year, August 2012 to August 2013.