Solar Power Industry and Company News and Resources
Stay Up-to-Date on what is happening in the industry, as well as with Solar Source
Solar power is a safe and efficient way to power your home or business. Like all cutting-edge technologies, the solar power industry is constantly evolving and Solar Source is always at the cutting edge of what is happening. This page features news articles and other resources of interest in the solar industry, as well as the latest of what Solar Source is up to.
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The solar tariffs are estimated to increase the cost of solar panels by about $0.10 per watt at the wholesale level, but it is too early to tell the full impact to the end customer. [...]
Solar Source invites homeowners and businesses in the Monadnock Region to contact us to discuss how an investment in solar energy makes financial, environmental, and social sense. The 30% federal incentive tax credit (ITC) on the installed cost of solar PV systems is good until 12/31/2019, then it drops to 26% until 12/31/2020, and then to 22% until 12/31/2021. On 1/1/2022 the ITC goes to 0% for [...]
Dramatic scenes from recent weather events have given many of us a sense that the routine of our daily lives can be profoundly altered with little or no warning at all. As hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria mercilessly battered the southern US states, Puerto Rico and surrounding islands of the West Indies, those of us outside their destructive path watched and wondered what the final outcome [...]
Real estate developer, Bob Furlone, is proof that solar is a really sound business investment with social and environmental benefits. [...]
Frank and Kathy Grossman from Hollis, NH are using the State's group net metering rules to benefit family, friends, and the environment. [...]
The Melanson Company (Keene, NH) not only talks the talk with its Solar Source division, but walks the walk with a total of 147.5 kW DC of installed solar on three of its facilities in both NH & VT. [...]
The Monadnock Food Co-op (Keene, NH) was able to get a solar PV system installed on its roof through the efforts of the Monadnock Sustainability Network (MSN) and a group of local individual investors. [...]
From an article titled: "Dave Solomon's Power Plays: Read the fine print before switching power provider" [...]