If you are living in The United States you’d be missing out if you didn’t consider going Solar – but only if you have the money. Because of the high upfront costs on solar panels (close to $34,000), it appears upper-income families are the only ones who can afford to install them. A new program is looking to fix that. This program expects to help middle class communities see their electric bill in a different light.
The exciting thing is this effectively eliminates any initial costs to the middle class families. If one owns their home they can now get solar on their roof while receiving a new reduced electric rate. If you are intrigued by this you can sign up at solarvisit.com. It’s hoped that these programs could save individual families up to $2,370 a year. Of course they suggest to use these savings on other bills.
Green Energy Chronicles is excited to be promoting one of the first dedicated solar repayment systems for middle class families allowing them to get a low solar bill and an even lower electric bill. The plan is to place solar arrays on over 33,000 roofs before the year of 2019. By applying instructional programs, an assortment of federal and state incentives, and cash from private investors and companies, their goal is to conserve the expenses to those who supply and place the panels on the roofs.
Through paying for 30% of the expenses with accessible Government Rebates & Incentives, as well as cash from private investors they are able to eliminate upfront costs. In effect the goals is to kill two birds with one stone – providing for Middle-Class families, as well as forcing large fossil fuel polluting businesses to condense energy emissions in the US even further.
Green Energy Chronicles encourage homeowners to find out if they will qualify by signing up for a free visit. To make it easy to set up an appointment and find out if you’re in the middle-class and qualified, they made a website solarvisit.com. The money provided for this website will be worth it, if interested homeowners start reaching out to them, the hope is that they’ll be able help 33,000 homes before the end of the year 2018.
We’ve been notified that funding is still available for homes, you can sign up for a visit to see if you qualify by filling out the form below.