Doing Business in 7 out of 10 of the Top Sunniest Cities in the US | Green Energy Enthusiast

today is Sep 24, 2022

SolarTech has been in the solar industry for over 20 years helping customers and businesses save money on their utility bills with solar.  We thrive in sunny cities, where solar tends to work at its peak.  According to Redfin’s latest blog article, SolarTech does business in 7 out of the 10 sunniest cities in the US.

We are proud to work with clients in these cities:

  • Yuma, Arizona – 242 sunny days per year
  • Phoenix, Arizona – 211 sunny days per year
  • Fresno, California – 194 sunny days per year
  • Bakersfield, California – 191 sunny days per year
  • Sacramento, California – 188 sunny days per year
  • Los Angeles, California – 186 sunny days per year
  • Stockton, California -184 sunny days per year

 

Learning how to use the sun to power your home is key in any sunny location.  In San Diego where electricity is at a premium, solar is key to reducing your need to use power from the grid.  Customers like to gain more independence while lowering their utility bills when they install solar.

Tax incentives, net metering and flexible financing options make it easy to go solar and start saving more money.  With the recent Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, President Biden just signed into legislation more incentive on fighting climate change, incentivizing solar further allowing for up to 30% back from the federal government for going solar.  Find out how easy it is to make the switch, go green and help the planet at the same time.

Net Metering is slated to change with talks of NEM 3.0 happening today.  It is unknown what will be the exact outcome of the changes, but they seem to be reducing the value of going solar.  Clients are realizing that going solar now to lock in the NEM 2.0 rates is the best value and incentive for the most ROI on their solar investment.

Speak with a Solar Analyst today and receive a FREE quote.  Learn how easy it is to go solar and start saving money today. Call 619.743.9193 to learn more.

 

Source: https://solartechonline.com/blog/sunniest-cities/