BetterEarth Solar Review

Company: Better Earth Solar Address: 1815 E Wilshire Ave Ste 908, Santa Ana, CA 92705 Years in Business: 6 Website: Reviews: 2.8 / 5 (Solar Reviews), 1.8 / 5 (, 5 / 5 (Energysage), 3 / 5 (Yelp), 3.98 / 5 (Better Business Bureau), 4 / 5 (Facebook)  Business Quote: “Since our founding, we… Continue reading BetterEarth Solar Review

Florida Solar & Air Review

Company: Florida Solar & Air Address: 2399 SW 53rd St., Suite 105, Cooper City, FL 33330 Years in Business: 23  Website: Reviews: 4.7 / 5 (Google, 439 reviews), 4.9 / 5 (Better Business Bureau, 20 reviews), 4.5 / 5 (, 5 reviews), 5 / 5 (Birdeye, 429 reviews), 3.4 / 5 (, 9 reviews),… Continue reading Florida Solar & Air Review

Solcium Solar Review

Company: Solcium Solar Motto: Committed to changing the way the world sees solar, one panel at a time. Address: 312 W First Street, Suite 505 Sanford, FL 32771 Phone: (662.765.2486) Email: Years in Business: Unclear Website: Business Quote: “Solcium Solar provides a full suite of end-to-end renewable energy solutions including education, design and… Continue reading Solcium Solar Review

Solar Riverside

How Much do Solar Panels Cost in Riverside? Solar panels in Riverside cost around $2.65 per watt, and most solar panels are sold in 250 watt increments. This means an average solar panel is going to cost you something close to $665. An average house requires somewhere between 20 and 28 solar panels to be… Continue reading Solar Riverside

Solar Panels, Richmond VA

How much do solar panels cost in RIchmond, Virginia? Solar panels in Richmond Virginia cost around $3 per watt, which is considered to be the national average though this actually seems to be a little above average according to my own research. This means then that the average solar panel, which is going to usually… Continue reading Solar Panels, Richmond VA

Church Solar Panels

How can your church benefit from solar power? Picture a church. What does the roof look like? For most churches, you’d probably say it has a broad, flat, slanted expanse of rooftop. How big is it? Maybe 2-3 times the size of an average home at least, depending on the size of the church, and… Continue reading Church Solar Panels

Idaho Solar Incentives

What are the incentives for going solar in Idaho? Idaho has one of the best tax credit plans of any state in the union for consumers who choose to go solar. Under the “Residential Alternative Tax Deduction”, you may deduct a whopping 40% of your total cost for solar panels and installation from your state… Continue reading Idaho Solar Incentives

Nebraska Solar Incentives

What are the benefits of going solar in Nebraska? The state of Nebraska is admittedly somewhat behind many other states in terms of encouraging the use of renewable energy sources like solar. Though they could be doing a lot more to encourage the use of solar energy, residents of the Cornhusker state looking to go… Continue reading Nebraska Solar Incentives

Solar Panel Weight

How much do solar panels weigh? Each panel weighs around 42 pounds (19 kg), though this may vary from brand to brand, but is usually about the same for most solar panels used in home installations.  Most residential solar panels have standard dimensions of 66 inches (1.65 meters) by 40 inches (1 meter) and 1.25… Continue reading Solar Panel Weight

SREC Illinois

What are SRECS? The incentive known as “Solar Renewable Energy Credits” is run through the “Illinois Shines” program, and is highly beneficial for anyone with the ability to invest in a moderate sized solar or wind power system. Renewed in September of 2021 under the “Climate & Equitable Jobs Act”, this is one of the… Continue reading SREC Illinois

Oklahoma City Solar

Solar Panels in Oklahoma Using solar power is not prevalent in Oklahoma just yet. The state ranks only 45th in terms of solar energy use, with about 30 solar companies operating in the state. However, this state gets higher than average number of sunny days per year, so its a great place to get solar… Continue reading Oklahoma City Solar

Solar Panels Seattle Washington

How much do solar panels cost in Seattle, Washington? Solar panels in Seattle are surprisingly reasonable at about $2.50 to $2.60 per watt. Most of the time, solar panels come in 250 watts, which is the industry standard size, which means you’re going to end up needing 20 to 28 panels to be completely independent… Continue reading Solar Panels Seattle Washington

Solar Panels in Florida

How Much do Solar Panels Cost in Florida? Solar panels in the state of Florida are some of the cheapest in the United States. Estimates range between about $2.28 to $2.48 per watt, and the national average is something like $3.00. Most solar panels are sold in 250 watt sizes, which means each panel will… Continue reading Solar Panels in Florida