Try using a clothes line to dry your clothes. This is an older idea that works just as well. Rather than drying clothes in the dryer, hang them outside on nice days. This will save energy, which in turn will save money.
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.
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Be aware that you can still get solar power benefits even if you live in a chilly, overcast area. It doesn't need to be like Florida all year round for it to be a big part of your energy savings goals. Great solar power output can come on poor weather days.