Go solar with help from North Carolina’s solar rebates and incentives. The demand for solar in North Carolina is strong! Our local solar market is continuing to grow, with North Carolina still leading the list of Top Solar Power States in 2020 at number two. In 2020, around 5,500 Duke Energy customers installed solar. This brings the total number of Duke’s customers with solar up to 18,000 — triple what it was in 2017. We’ve seen this growth firsthand with the number of homeowners who https://southern-energy.com/2020-year-in-review/!
CHANGE THE WAY YOU POWER YOUR HOME!If you’re thinking about holding off on your solar project to see if the cost of labor and materials will drop, you might want to refer back to the old saying, “The best time to plant a tree was 5 years ago”. Right now, we don’t anticipate solar prices in North Carolina to drop more than the cost of electricity going up. The current incentives and solar climate in North Carolina make 2021 a great time to invest in the sun. Learn the top four benefits of owning a solar panel roof.
How solar panels work:
- Solar panels convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity.
- An inverter converts the DC energy from your solar panels into usable alternating current (AC) electricity for your home.
- Solar energy powers your home. Any excess energy generated is sent to the grid and recorded as a credit on your monthly utility bill.
- Your solar panels save you money everyday for 30+ years while generating clean, renewable energy for your home and family.
See if you qualify for a free solar roof today!
GIVE US A RING!