Sun is a clean "Fossil free fuel source, bestowing its abundance from beginning of time, it is now possible to harness its energy to illuminate & power our way of life.
Solar is a free source of energy, AWAITS your decision to harness It.
Studies have proved that homes equipped with solar energy systems have higher property values. They sell more quickly than homes without a solar-system. Appraisers are increasingly taking solar installations into consideration as they value homes at the time of a sale. As home buyers become more educated about solar, the demand for properties equipped with solar panel systems will continue to increase.
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Photovoltaic's operate without chemicals and with no moving parts to create energy directly from sunlight.
Net metering is one of the state incentives available for solar system owners and could cover 100 percent of your energy needs. If your solar system produces more energy than you need, you’ll receive credits on your utility bill that can be used when needed to offset energy borrowed from the grid (nighttime or on cloudy days).
Illinois requires 25% of its electricity to be produced from renewable sources. That means solar panel owners can sell the power they produce in the form of Solar Renewable Energy Credits, or SRECs, in order to help utilities to reach this goal. An SREC is created for every megawatt hour of electricity produced by a solar generator. The power your panels produce are given ‘Energy Credits’ that earn you cash. Under the AB Program, SRECs are sold at fixed prices, giving you you more consistent payments for your power over a longer period of time. The amount you earn for your SRECs will depend on a number of factors including block capacity, solar installation size, and utility.
On top of net metering and SRECs, solar system owners are also eligible for the Federal Investment Tax Credit, or ITC, if you buy your own solar system outright.* The tax credit amounts to 30% of the cost of purchasing your solar system, but only after deducting the value of your state rebates. However, ITC credits will begin stepping down from 30% at the end of 2019. The tax credit for systems in service after 12/31/19 will drop to 26%. After 12/31/20, even further to 22%. Its the best time to go Solar in illinois.