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Why Solar?

Solar energy is sustainable, renewable, and plentiful.

As the cost of using solar to produce electricity goes down each year, many Americans are increasingly switching to solar. Now, there are over a million solar installations across the country. A solar electric system provides an opportunity for anyone who is looking to reduce monthly utility bills and make a long-term, low-risk investment.

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Increased Home Value

Solar panels are viewed as upgrades, like a renovated kitchen or a finished basement, so purchasing a solar energy system will likely increase your home’s value. Studies show that homeowners pay a premium for a solar home. Although market factors like electricity rates and system size may impact the size of the premium, solar homes can sell for more than homes without PV.

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Solar Works Everywhere

The solar resource of the United States is enormous.  In fact, just one hour of noontime summer sun is equal to the annual U.S. electricity demand.  Most states in the United States have good-to-excellent solar resource. Even places with relatively low solar resources, such as the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, can experience cost savings, and have similar solar resources to countries that have widely developed solar PV, like Germany.

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Each kilowatt-hour (kWh) of solar that is generated will substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions like CO2, as well as other dangerous pollutants such as sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides and particulate matter.  Solar also reduces water consumption and withdrawal.

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Solar Saves Lives

Renewable energy helps others in times of need.

We need energy to live our daily lives, but we also need energy to help those less fortunate.

People all over the world are using solar energy to push through power outages caused by storms and other natural disasters that can lead to loss of life and property.  Events like floods, wildfires, hurricanes, rising sea levels and hunger related to environmental damage have caused devastation around the world.
The costs associated with climate change are growing and include rising health care costs, destruction of property, increased food prices and more. Wide scale adoption of solar and other renewable energy must continue so we can address the negative societal and economic impacts of dirty fossil fuels.10

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Solar energy means healthier air

We all need clean air for survival. But ground-level ozone and other pollutants from cars, power plants, industrial boilers, refineries and chemical plants can kill. The damage extends to crops, trees and other vegetation,12  and the toll on human life is significant. Pollution is so bad in some parts of the world that people are instructed to stay indoors. The Environmental Defense Fund states that pollution is responsible for the deaths of 6.4 million people per year.
In contrast, solar energy supports a planet that is clean and green. By eliminating harmful toxic emissions from fossil fuels, solar lets us breathe easier and provide healthy air for future generations.

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Solar creates jobs and supports families.

When your community is gainfully employed, everybody benefits. The U.S. solar workforce increased 168% in the past seven years. In 2010, the industry hired 93,000 people. In 2018, the number of solar jobs increased to over 242,000, and further growth is expected. The best thing? These solar jobs cannot be outsourced so they are a significant contributor to our economy.

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