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If the United States is serious about reaching its goal of a net-zero emissions economy by 2050, we’re going to need a lot of solar panels. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, ground-based solar will need 0.5% of the land in the contiguous U.S. to reach that goal. Realistically, strictly putting solar panels on businesses and houses isn’t enough to satisfy the 0.5% land requirement.
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Meet the Greenway Team
Bryce Armbruster has been working with Greenway Solar since 2020 and his mission is to help clients understand the best solar energy solutions available and fulfill their dreams of owning a Tesla Solar Roof. He’s proud of the role he plays in enabling customers to build their sustainable energy futures. In this interview, get to know Bryce, learn about his commitment to clients, his favorite places in MN, and Bucket list dreams!
Getting a huge electricity bill in the mail with little or no explanation can be frustrating. We are often left with questions about why it’s so expensive or what is using so much electricity in the house. With a traditional electrical panel, you won’t get these answers, but The SPAN panel is here to help. Installing the SPAN Panel can help you say goodbye to outdated methods of powering a home and take control over every detail of your usage.
The Federal Solar Tax Credit
Have you been waiting for a good time to switch to solar energy? There may be no better time than now. Not only will the switch save you money on each energy bill, the government will also reward you for installing new solar panels.
Solar Panels explained/ How a solar panel works (Basic)
With so many incentives and credits out there, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing more and more solar panels pop-up on rooftops as you take a stroll through your neighborhood or drive down the freeway. We’re seeing huge solar arrays installed on farmland and small arrays added to the top of rvs and campervans. The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported a 34% increase in residential solar installs from 2020 to 2021. The recent Federal Solar Tax Credit increase to 30% means we are likely to see more significant increases in installations in the coming years. The financial benefits, along with the fact that solar is a clean renewable energy, help make the decision to add solar to your home a whole lot easier. The problem is many homeowners still don’t really understand what they’re buying. They want to know how the solar works and what it means to purchase a solar system for their home.
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