When you’re looking for a way to cut your energy costs, there’s nothing better than going solar. The state of Arkansas is one place where this practice can pay off with plenty of available and affordable residential systems from which everyone should be able to choose! The average amount of sunlight Arkansas receives each year is equivalent to 4-5 peak sun hours.
That means for every kilowatt you install in solar panels, your home can expect at least 5KWh per day! The great thing about Arkansas is that they have a very favorable policy towards net metering. This means the entire price of any kWh you export will be credited on your next month’s bill as opposed to only receiving credit for those extra few cents per kilowatt-hour, which can add up over time!
The cost of solar energy has been steadily declining, and the savings are increasing. For example on average U.S customers save about $1,500 a year by going green – that’s enough for them to cover their monthly electricity bills plus still have some left over! As with any investment though there can be variations depending upon location as well as size/ Exposure grade etc… But even if you don’t qualify for financial incentives – the national ITC can help mitigate some of the costs associated with solar! (Up to 30%
There are many factors that influence solar savings. The careful calculations of each estimate requires time you don’t have when your team is busy with current installations and new leads, but luckily there’s an easy solution! Contact Glyde Solar for a quick and easy quote!
The process of generating electricity from sunlight is simpler than you might think. Solar power systems in a residential setting have three main components:
1. Solar panels are an integral part of the production of electricity. These cells convert light into electric current which then moves through wiring to an inverter.
2. The inverter converts the panels’ DC electricity into usable AC for our homes.
3. The meter is a device used to measure the amount of electricity generated and consumed in your home. If you have more than what’s needed on any given day, it will be sent back out onto the grid.
The Federal Tax Credit! The ITC is easy to claim. Simply complete IRS Form 5695, “Residential Energy Credits,” and include the final result of that form on Schedule 3/1040 as proof of installation for 30% tax credit towards your home or business energy needs!
The residential and commercial solar industry has seen a 10,000% growth rate since 2006 with an average annual 50% increase over last decade alone – thanks largely due in part to this simple yet lucrative legislation passed by Congress two years ago allowing homeowners who were previously ineligible some relief.
The benefits of solar energy are clear, as it can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change. Furthermore this renewable source has an important role in protecting humans from air pollution by improving quality-of life while simultaneously reducing water use for electric production purposes!
We are a company that offers solar energy services in the form of installation, financing, and after-installation support. We will go to great lengths for our customers so they can have access to clean renewable sources like sunlight!
If you’re ready to go solar today or just want some advice, give us a call! We specialize in residential installations and can provide systems for $0 down.
Our team of experts is always happy to help with any questions that arise during your project so don’t hesitate on getting them answered as soon as possible.
It’s never been easier than now—or cheaper either; Glyde’s top priority is making clean energy accessible across most homes throughout the state by providing affordable price points while still delivering high-quality service all at once.