Solar power makes sense! With electric bills sky rocketing, a federal tax credit of 30% and lower installation costs, going solar is more affordable than ever!
You’ll Stop Writing Checks to the Utility Company!
Whether you own a home, a small business, or a large commercial/agricultural operation, you probably write a large check to your utility company every month. Over time, those checks can add up to a lot of money — tens of thousands of dollars a month if you own a large organization. A generating system can help you put that money back in your pocket.
Make Energy Inflation Work for You
When you purchase a solar energy system you are buying 20 years of energy at a fixed, predetermined, cost. You just locked in your electrical rates at a much lower rate than current energy costs. As energy rates increase, you save more money! In fact, if you produce more energy than you use, you can watch your meter spin backward—generating credits with the utility company.
You’re Making an Investment in Your Home or Business
More than just being “green,” a solar electric system from Sunrise Energy is a valuable investment in your home. Not only is it good for the environment, but it can pay for itself — over the lifetime of a solar power system, typically 20-30 years, it can pay for itself on most structures 6 or more times.
You’ll Increase Property Values
A well designed solar system will also increase your property value. According to a study published in The Appraisal Journal, every dollar saved in annual energy costs results in an increase of $10-$25 in net home value. That means that if your current utility bill savings amount is $200, your home will increase in value between $24,000 to $60,000 — none of which is subject to property tax in California.
You’ll Enjoy Tremendous Satisfaction
When you power your home or business with solar or other renewable energy technologies, you are helping cut our dependence on foreign oil, as well as reducing pollution and harmful emissions. The typical non-solar home produces 350 tons of greenhouse gases over a 25-year period.