Going solar is a big decision, one that requires careful thought.
If you’re considering a photovoltaic panel installation, you probably have a lot of questions. But remember: Not everything you read online is true. To make the most informed decision, it’s important that you have facts and verified information from a source you can trust.
To that end, we’ve compiled the best, most reliable resources for learning about going solar.
Do you want to understand how photovoltaic panels generate electricity? Are you looking for general information about making the switch to solar power?
Several websites offer accurate and unbiased answers to these types of questions. These are a few of the best.
Would you like to know how well-suited your property is for a photovoltaic panel installation? Online tools can give you an overall view of how solar power will work at your address. Try the following sites:
Switching to photovoltaic power is affordable — if you know how to find the financial incentives that can save you thousands of dollars.
Fortunately, you don’t have to hunt for the savings yourself. Simply head to DSIRE, the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency. Click on your state, and you’ll get a list of every available federal, state and local tax credit, rebate and grant for photovoltaic panel installations.
Because the website is funded by the DOE, you can trust DSIRE’s results to be current, accurate and complete.
Do you have more questions, or do you need a more personalized approach than searching for information online?
The best resource is your professional photovoltaic contractor. An experienced installer can help you understand all the ins and outs of going solar. Simply schedule a free consultation, and you can find out everything you need to know about switching to photovoltaic power.
If you live in Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada or Wyoming, the professional team at Intermountain Wind & Solar can help you plan a cost-effective, energy-efficient photovoltaic panel system to power your home or business. Contact us today to learn everything you need to know about going solar.
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