undefined Has Launched A No Cost Solar Program for Middle-Class Homeowners
undefined is one of the best states in the country if you want to go solar – but only if you’re rich enough. Due to the steep upfront costs of around $32,000 in cash, only those upper-income families can afford to install solar arrays. A new program in %state% is looking to change that. This new project hopes to help middle class communities see the sun in a different light. Thousands of homeowners in %state% are taking advantage of this new opportunity to finally make the switch to solar energy.
The cost for the installation to the middle class families: nothing. The homeowner gets solar panels on their roof and a new reduced electric rate. If interested you can sign up at solarvisit.com. Green Energy Tribune predicts that it could save individual families up to $2,400 a year, which they hope could then be spent on other essential bills.
Green Energy Tribune 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 goal is to install solar arrays to over 32,000 homes by the end of next year, which they are already getting close to accomplishing. By using training programs, government incentives, money from companies and private investors, they aim to keep the costs to those who provide and install the panels as low as possible.
By ploughing at least 30% of the money from government incentives and using private investors to back the solar installation, the project aims to kill two birds with one stone – saving Middle-Class families money, while also making big fossil fuel polluting companies help to cut energy emissions in the state even further.
Green Energy Tribune invites everyone to find out if they qualify by signing up for a free visit. To increase the ease of finding out if you’re in the middle-class and qualified they specifically created a new website solarvisit.com. They hope that the funding put towards this new site will be well spent, if they can get interested homeowners reaching out to them, they estimate that they’ll be able hit their goal of 32,000 homes by the end of the year.
Update: We’ve been notified that panels are still available for homes, you can see if you qualify for the program by filling out the form below.