Solar energy is currently witnessing rapid adoption by homeowners, which is most beneficial for homeowners who live in areas that experience frequent power outages, have access to energy storage incentives, or don’t have access to full retail net metering.
The final cost of your solar installation will vary depending on your location, system size, and the layout of your property. So before you make a final decision, make sure you get noticed of these issues.
Property owners who install solar panels can claim a federal investment tax credit (ITC) on their tax bill. Besides, Solar energy doesn’t just save you money when the sun is out------ Your local utility company may also offer net metering programs that allow you to exchange your excess energy for credits that lower your bills at night, and during the dark winter months.
One more point, make sure you contact multiple reputable battery storage installers to ensure that you get the highest quality installation at the best possible price!