At this point in our planet’s history, we are quickly approaching a unique turning point. It’s our responsibility to be good stewards of the way we treat the planet and the resources we take from it. We have an opportunity before us to turn to free and clean renewable energy sources to produce electricity. Solar…

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Setting the record straight about solar energy. One of the big questions floating around today is the ability to get energy to everyone across the globe. We saw first hand the power of nature in Texas this year, which caused the topic to spark attraction again. Many are now asking, what are our other options…

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Live life uninterrupted with backup battery power. A couple of good questions to ask when choosing if a battery is right for your home: Are you wishing to save on utility costs? Do you intend on reducing your carbon footprint? Would you like the peace of mind in outages, blackouts, and natural disasters? A ‘yes’…

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Many homes in Georgia fall within a Homeowners Association which is considered as a coalition of homeowners governed by a neighborhood-based voluntary board that oversees community services. Including the preservation of common areas, the creation and implementation of community guidelines (architecture), and more. In order to ensure that all homeowners abide with them an elected…

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solar energy save money

Harnessing sunlight for electricity is now more affordable than ever. But will it save you money? Around 2009, the cost of an installed residential solar energy averaged between $25,000 to $35,000 per home, according to Evergreen Solar – National Council for Solar Growth.  Compare this to 2016 when Evergreen Solar – National Council for Solar…

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Reasons to Go Solar

Many Georgians are turning to Solar Energy, here are a few of the top reasons why. Solar power (or solar photovoltaics) is now cheaper than ever before. According to Freeing Energy, there are three main factors that drive solar energy prices. Increasing efficiencies, increased demand for larger manufacturing scale, and decreasing raw material prices.Bill Nussey,…

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Federal Solar Tax Credit 2020

On August 8th, 2005 George W Bush signed into law the Energy Policy Act of 2005. After first being passed by congress in July 2005 it then became effective in February 2006. The act aimed at combating increasing energy issues. Its enactment has modified US energy policy by offering tax benefits and loan guarantees for…

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