Building Resilience: Solar in the Northeast
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Building Resilience: Solar in the Northeast

Homeowners in the northeast are increasingly attracted to solar power because it offers relief from high utility rates.  In Connecticut, for example, electricity prices are approximately 18¢ per kW hour, tied with New York for the second most expensive in the country behind Hawaii.  (For more information see our earlier post Solar Economics 101).  Fortunately … Continue reading

The Case for Ownership
Solar Installation / Solar Ownership / Solar Policy

The Case for Ownership

Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) Building Energy Fall Issue featured an article entitled “Residential Solar: Own or Lease?”  Click here to see the original.  I’m re-posting my portion of the article below.  Please share your thoughts on solar ownership in the comments section below.  Home owners and communities should reap solar’s economic benefits Third party … Continue reading