If you have a tax appetite and good credit, a solar loan is an attractive option to be cashflow-positive day 1 with solar with no money down and save more money than a PPA or other financing options.
Experts say that the the average American needs to save $1 million to enjoy a comfortable retirement. Unfortunately, most of us are behind in our savings. Fortunately, going solar can help us catch up on our retirement investments.
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.
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.
If you’re seeking ways to:
Maximize return on every square foot of your commercial property.
Lighten your tax burden.
Reduce energy costs.
Build long-term value in your business for none of the headache of a capital project.
…the answer is sitting on your roof. Here’s why:
1. Up-Front Federal and State Incentives
2. Year Over Year Accumulated Savings
Solar systems pay themselves off rapidly and bring real savings.