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California Home Solar: How Much Does a System Cost?

Posted by GetSolar Staff In Thursday, September 29 2016 under: Solar Costs, California Solar, Solar Quotes, EnergySage
The prices for California home solar installation systems have continued to drop over recent years. Residential home solar prices dropped an average of at least 3.0% from late 2015 to early 2016, depending on various factors such as the type of system ownership (cash, loan, lease, power purchase agreement PPA), solar installer company, geographic market, and the research report methodology used.
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Residential Home Solar: Report - National Prices Continue to Drop

Posted by GetSolar Staff In Monday, September 26 2016 under: cost of solar, Residential Solar, EnergySage

National residential home solar power prices continued their drop over the last year by an average of at least 3.3% from the year before. The industry has worked hard to pull costs out of a solar installation as they tackle equipment and soft cost (installation, permitting, marketing) efficiencies, making solar more affordable than ever for many Americans.

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Home Solar Power: Shoppers are in the Driver's Seat

Posted by GetSolar Staff In Tuesday, April 12 2016 under: Residential Solar, Home Solar Power, Solar Quotes, EnergySage

US solar shoppers are exercising their consumer choice and using the internet to research and comparison shop for residential home solar powerAfter several years of rapid growth, with several of the larger solar companies using fairly aggressive sales techniques, including telemarketing and door to door, consumers are more frequently now taking their time, jumping on the web, and getting multiple bids before pulling the trigger.


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Residential Solar Power: Cambridge, MA Launches New Program

The City of Cambridge, Ma announced the launch of a new residential solar power program on April 4th called "Sunny Cambridge". The new program will provide access to online tools and resources for residents to make educated choices about solar for their homes. Cambridge, MA is home to such powerhouse institutions as Harvard and MIT, along with the thriving research and high tech ecosystem surrounding these universities.

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Home Solar Power gets a Boost in Rhode Island

National Grid, an electric utility with operations in the northeast announced in a press release that Rhode Island electric customers will have access to the EnergySage online solar quote platform as part of their new SolarWise Rhode Island Program. The collaboration is part of National Grid's Rhode Island Renewable Energy Growth Program which will make it easier for customers to research and pursue a home solar energy system. 


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