How much sunlight does it take to power the planet for a year? The energy we receive from the sun is enough energy that every 10 seconds to meet the world’s electric needs for 1 year, however, we are not taking full advantage. In addition we add the fact that the cost of solar technology has plummeted to historic lows. At this point the next question it’s really:
Why not go solar?
■ There are now over 20,000 MW of cumulative solar electric capacity operating in the U.S., enough to power more than 4 million average American homes.
■ In 2014, with over 195,000 installations in 2014, nearly 645,000 U.S. homes and businesses have now gone solar and a new solar project was installed every 2.5 minutes.
■ Growth in 2014 was led by the utility-scale sector, which grew 38% over 2013 to reach nearly 4 gigawatts (GW), and the residential sector, which crossed the 1 GW barrier for the first time while growing 51% over 2013.
■ Since the implementation of the ITC in 2006, the cost to install solar has dropped by more than 73%.
■ While residential costs have dropped by 45% since 2010, utility-scale costs have dropped more significantly, with recent contracts at prices below $0.05/kWh.
■ Growth is expected to be broad-based, with more than 16 states expected to top the 100 MW mark in 2016, up from 9 states in 2014.
More information at: http://www.seia.org/research-resources/solar-industry-data
Value of your home.
The average solar power system adds $17,000 to the value of your home.
Preservation of natural resources.
75 million barrels of oil are saved annually by solar power use.
Just one 2.5kW solar power system can reduce smog emissions by 550 lbs.
The price of a watt of solar has dropped 95% in the last 30 years.
Every 2.5kW of solar capacity installed equals planting 500 trees.
1.- Get your referrals information.
2.- Share all the benefits of going solar to your referral.
3.- Contact us so we can contact your referral.
4.- Install solar system on your referrals house.
5.- Get $ 500 dollars per customer we install solar system with us.