Do not rush in selecting the first solar power system you come across. Before you make a commitment with a company, you need to make sure you cannot find any better deals elsewhere. Check out your town's federal, state, and local incentives first. You can find this information at the DSIRE database.
Ask your solar panel vendor about the certifications they have and about the testing of the panels you are interested in. You might qualified for some rebates offered by the government if you go through a certified vendor and choose panels that have received certifications too. Besides, this is a good way to make sure you are getting a quality product.
Don't be scared off from solar energy because you see certain companies shutting their doors. Solar energy is a big part of the country's future. It's not only great for the environment; it also saves you a lot of cash. That's a win-win across the board, and you'll be happy for looking into it now.
A new study finds Florida is leading the nation in creating new jobs in solar energy. There is both hope, and some hurdles, facing the industry moving forward.
Make sure that you get on the roof to look at your solar panels at least once each month. You want to check and verify that they are still clean. If they are not, they are not producing as much energy as they could. Clean them if needed and watch your energy bills drop or even disappear.