Long Island Solar: Solar continues to boast hidden benefits
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Solar power has many obvious benefits.
From immediately reducing your monthly electric bill to helping the environment, people elect to adopt solar for myriad reasons.
The hidden reasons to go solar are perhaps some of the most intriguing factors that help to drive the market.
Independence is more than an American motif. It is a constant driver of change in the world.
As cryptocurrencies rise that attempt to bring anonymity and independence to currency, solar functions in similar fashion.
The ability to own and control your energy production is essential for both the United States economy and personal independence.
Consumers, more than ever, look to analytics to help them take control of and understand their lives.
Be it a device that tracks their activity or nutrient levels, solar offers a similarly fantastic opportunity for people to not just pay a utility, but to understand their energy consumption.
Community solar allows communities to harness solar power in areas that otherwise would not be able to receive it.
New York is adopting community solar this year.
Repowering London is implementing measures to help support smaller communities.
These are just a few examples of how solar helps small communities.
As the price of traditional energy sources continues to rise, solar’s benefits shine even brighter.
There is perhaps no better time to explore solar for your house than today.
States make independent stands to help subsidize the American solar industry.
The decision to go solar is both an economic and environmental investment.
New York State’s Clean Energy Initiative requires the state run on 50 percent clean and renewable energy by 2030. NY – Sun was created to support this measure.
NY – Sun is a New York taxpayer benefit program that allows qualifying homeowners to make the easy switch to solar energy.
Click here to see if your house can qualify for NY-Sun and begin your quest for energy independence today.
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