Residential Photovoltaic Solar
Over the next 25 years the average homeowner is expected to pay over $50,000 in electricity bills. Energy rates have consistently increases faster than the rate of inflation so it is inevitable that the cost of electricity will go up. The sun will rise and set everyday, and the rays it produces will always remain free. Did you know your electricity costs are the only energy you can actually prevent from rising? You can lock in future energy costs now by investing in an SES (solar electric system). Are you ready to declare your energy independence for you and your family?
Now's a good time to stop paying someone else for your own power needs. We can help you become energy independent, save money and become more environmentally green at the same time. Radiant Sun will design and implement the perfect SES allowing you the ability to "own your power" for a lifetime! One that positions you in the driver's seat of tomorrow's ever changing world of technology.
With current state and federal incentives, converting your home to solar power has never been more affordable. Currently the federal government is offering to foot the bill for 30% of your entire installation cost and the state of Arizona is offering $1,000 maximum tax credit. When you take these and more available incentives from your utility company into account, a 50% saving is possible when investing in your own SES. In addition to the savings while living in your home, the value of your home immediately increases upon installation of an SES. A recent study was done by Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory which finds that SESs have boosted the prices of California homes which is something to say in an economy where 1 out of 4 home owners are underwater in their mortgages. Think of all the things you purchase that loose value over time, investing in your own SES is one of the few big ticket items that can actually pay for itself over time!
Worlds #1 Renewable Energy Network, Solar Energy News
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NREL
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