Saving Energy

Energy Saving Programs

Energy saving programs can help you save money and make your life better.

Many states offer energy saving programs to help homeowners reduce their energy costs as well as their carbon footprint.

These energy saving programs help reduce pollution from fossil fuels, save homeowners money, and have even created many jobs for Americans.

There are different energy saving programs according to which state you live in. A lot of it depends on which organizations are sponsoring the energy saving program. These programs can include incentives for green energy, rebates for being energy-efficient, and help in making your home more energy-efficient.

ENERGY STAR is often leveraged by these programs and is a great place to start looking at energy-efficiency. 

Their directory has helpful information about financial assistance and technical help.

You can also search for your state’s energy incentives here.

Talk to experts about tips you can use today to make your home more energy efficient.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Solar:

Q: What is the ITC?

A: The Federal Government in the year 2019 will pay for 30% of your solar cost. That's like the Federal Government paying 30% of your electric bill for the next 30 years.

Q: Is there a solar program that is 100% free?

A: No. There are programs without any enrollment, install, or maintenance costs. However, you still have to pay the lower power bill that comes accompanied with your electricity use.

Q: What energy efficient program offers the most savings?

A: Solar offers massive savings to the homeowner. Especially as electric rates tend to rise year after year, and homeowners are using more power as they are adding in home automation, tvs, speakers, etc.

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