Rebuilding with Solar Energy

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on economies, worldwide. Markets have slowed to a stop. Industries have downsized. In these unprecedented times we will witness unprecedented solutions. The legislation that governments create will inevitably shape these emerging economies as we seek resolution. Economic recovery could very well beckon us into an era of renewable energy. The House Ways and Means Committee introduced the, “Growing Renewable Energy and Efficiency Now Act,”
The GREEN Act for short, on June 25th, 2020.

Why 2020 is the Year to Go Solar

The Solar Industry is booming, it’s growing, and it is heating up. Due to the increasing demand and continual reduction in cost, the industry is more appealing than ever before. Solar Power had a total investment of $25 billion in 2019. Investment for the prior year was $21 billion. With an improving market and efficient technology, the entire industry is looking to double in five to six years. Here’s why you’ll want to follow this trend:

What Is NEM?

Making sense of NEM is about as simple as understanding that saving money is good. NEM, or Net Energy Metering, is both an incentive and a process that keeps utility costs down by transferring excess solar power that isn’t used to the main electrical grid.