Electricity costs are on the rise, increasing more than 21% during the past five years.
Rates spiked 10.3% in 2006 alone.
Fossil fuel supplies are dwindling, which means energy costs will continue to grow.
With solar, you effectively lock in electrical costs and avoid escalating utility expenses.
The average American household generates 7.4 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year through electrical use.
This equates to 185 tons of CO2over 25 years, which is how long SolarWorld solar panels is guaranteed to perform.
Carbon Dioxide creates global warming which is dramatically affecting our climate causing glacier loss, shoreline erosion, and endangering many animals around the world.
Each hour enough sunlight hits the earth to power the world for year.
That’s 400 trillion gigawatts per second and enough to power 400 quintillion homes.
Putting the sun to work reduces the amount of coal and nuclear energy needed to power your home which helps preserve the earth’s supply of non-renewable resources.
Coal and nuclear energy production consume vast amounts of water. Consequently, solar on your home can conserve over 16,000 gallons of water per year.
By harnessing the sun, we can reduce our reliance on foreign and non-renewable energy sources.
Studies show that solar systems may increase your home value by 20 times the annual electricity savings.
In addition, homes with solar systems tend to sell faster than homes without solar- 15% faster by some studies.
Tax incentives and rebates can reduce the cost of going solar by up to 50% depending on your state and local programs. Financing options are now available in many areas to help overcome the upfront costs of going solar.