With energy bills passed in April, New Jersey commits to becoming a national leader in renewables. Yet, questions remain about support for nuclear power and the future of the SREC program.
Whether leasing or buying solar panels is better depends on your financial situation and your goals. Buying will save you the most money. But leasing can be an easy way to get started with solar.
There's lots of talk now about adding storage for solar power at home. But batteries are still expensive and they store less energy than people think. In New Jersey, are they worth it? Call EcoMen Solar at 732-SOLAR-NJ.
If you're a homeowner in New Jersey, you can save up to hundreds of dollars over the summer on air conditioning if you do a few simple things to get ready now before the heat hits. Call EcoMen Solar at 732-SOLAR-NJ.
A new survey of online reviews shows that solar customers prefer local installers over national solar companies for the best balance of price and value. The reason might surprise you.
New Jersey homeowners Frank and Lisa Cipully in Jackson Township brought their electric bills down from $800 per month to less than $300 per month with a home solar system they got for no money down.
To get the best deal on home solar in New Jersey, you need to understand some basics about solar panels and other equipment. Durability, warranties and manufacturer's reputation are key factors.
Third-party providers offer to save you money by selling you solar power without installing solar panels at your home. But watch out for these 5 signs that you could spend more than you save.
Generous state incentives help New Jersey to remain one of the top states for solar power. But these incentives won't be around forever. See what's available in 2018 and how long it will last.
New Jersey has hundreds of solar installers to choose from. But it can be confusing to find the one offering the best value for your particular needs. Just follow these simple steps to cut through the clutter.