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Prince George’s County Solar Property Tax






Prince George’s County offers the following solar property tax credits for solar PV (photovoltaic) systems (creating electric power, not heat) Up to $ 5,000 credit for purchased or bank financed solar PV system; Other incentives are available for solar thermal (example – solar water heater), geothermal and other renewable energy products. For information about anything… Read More »






republicEn | Energy Optimists – Climate Realists






I agree with this Republican platform, but if we remove “subsidies” for solar energy, then let’s remove ALL energy subsidies. Solar will compete very well with coal generated electric power in a country with no energy subsidies at all! We are 2279 Americans educating the country about free-enterprise solutions to climate change.Members of republicEn are… Read More »






Virginia: Solar Feed-in Tariffs






$ 1,000 sign up bonus + 2 cents / kWh premium on exported solar energy. See DSIRE site below for list of participating utility companies in the TVA Interconnect and participating solar installers. Incentive Amount:$1,000 upon installationYears 1-10: retail electric rate + premium paymentYears 11-20: retail electric rate2015 Premium Rates: $0.02/kWh Source: DSIRE






For Atlantic City Locals There’s a Zero Risk Bet Which Brought This Man $ 46,797






The Effects of Falling Solar PV Costs vs Value of Available Solar Incentives
If you are planning on going solar, you might be delaying your decision due to concerns about:
Falling Solar PV materials cost and Rapid advances in solar technology











Why is an Electric Utility Company Pushing the Switch to Renewables?






So in the fight against global warming, transportation electrification is a game changer. Hence Governor Brown has set a target of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025.Meeting that goal will require swift progress on a vast scale — something the state’s energy grid operators are uniquely able to provide. That’s why a… Read More »






Up to $ 5,000 in Baltimore County Solar Property Tax Credits!






Up to $ 5,000 in Baltimore County property tax credits! Regardless of whether you bought or lease your home’s solar power system, or even if you entered into a Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with SolarCity, you are eligible to receive up to $ 5,000 in property tax credits from Baltimore County. You will need to… Read More »






Anne Arundel County Solar Property Tax Credit Application






Up to $ 2,500 in Anne Arundel property tax credits  Regardless of whether you bought or lease your home’s solar power system, or even if you entered into a Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with SolarCity, you are eligible to receive up to $ 2,500 in property tax credits from Anne Arundel County. You will… Read More »






Oakland Mills High School Booster Club SunRaising – Request Information Here

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$ 200 per solar installation to Oakland Mills Fine Arts Booster Club
$ 100 per solar installation to Oakland Mills Booster Club











PEPCO Owes This Customer $ 282 for Her Solar Energy






Connie Folk Doesn’t Miss PEPCO Since Going Solar Hasn’t Had to Pay Her Bill in Months! Connie Folk lives in Washington, DC and her electric utility services are provided by pepco. She chose to switch to cleaner, more affordable energy through SolarCity about 2 years ago, and since then, hasn’t heard from pepco as much… Read More »






PEPCO Hidden (?) Rate Increase – Here’s How to Check Your PEPCO Bill






How has the PEPCO Exelon Merger affected the cost of electric power for PEPCO Customers in Maryland and DC? Should you check the Rate to Compare? You might be paying almost twice the rate shown. Here’s how to check.











Energy Information Agency Exposes Your Real Energy Rates






The link below and the attached document show government-generated data exposing the average rate paid by customers in Maryland: Energy Information Agency Rates for Maryland (See the sneak peek image below.) The Energy Information Administration demonstrates here that the average rate is over 15 cents / kWh. So why do the BG&E and pepco bills show… Read More »