Building a Movement,
One State at a Time
Energy prices rise approximately 3.5% each year across the U.S. We think that’s too much even for one year, and over time it really adds up. Add solar power in Washington and avoid the constant worry of rising energy bills. See if solar is right for you.
When you add solar power in Oregon, you increase your home’s value and save on your utility costs. Indiana’s net metering program lets you send your excess energy back through the grid to use later or get credits on your bill.
With a yearly average of 4-plus hours of peak sunlight per day, Utah is a great state for solar energy. With electricity rates in the state being among the highest in the nation, Utah businesses and residents can save considerably by adding solar. Ready to start saving?
Idaho ranks in the top half of U.S. states for average peak sunlight hours. That makes solar power a great option for homeowners in the Show-Me State. And when you factor in federal and local incentives, adding solar is more cost-effective than ever.