Solar panels add an average premium of $15,000 to home sale prices, or about $4 per watt on a 3.6 kW installation.
Solar storage may not be a holy grail, but it will be here sooner than you think.
t is no longer when, nor how, nor who, nor why… it is now how much, how soon, how many. Was 2014 the year the global conversation on climate changed? It sure feels like it.
South Carolina plans to offer “one to one” net energy metering (NEM) for distributed solar generation – that is, residents and consumers with solar panels will be allowed to simply reduce the amount of power they purchase from the utility by one kilowatt-hour for every kilowatt-hour of solar they generate themselves.