Residential solar in Delaware is full of potential. You could lower your monthly energy payment, protect yourself from utility rate increases, and take the first step toward an independent and self-sufficient home – all by taking advantage of the sun rays that already hit your roof.
We’re excited to be your partner on the solar journey. Our goal is to help you determine whether solar is right for you, and, if it is, to complete your project as efficiently as possible. We pride ourselves on an outstanding customer experience – we don’t push and pester, we don’t haggle on prices, and we eliminate hassle in the installation process.
Are you ready to put the Delaware sun to work for you? We’re ready to help. Click “GO SOLAR” now to get started.
Through the end of 2019, homeowners who install a new residential solar system are eligible for a tax credit of 30% of the cost of the system. At the end of the year, the tax credit will decrease, so the sooner you act, the more you’ll save.
Delaware utilities are required to purchase Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs) to comply with state green energy standards. Homeowners who go solar are allocated SRECs based on how much power their system produces over each year, which can then be sold to utilities through a market platform. The value of each SREC fluctuates based on market demand, but can generate an additional $2,000 or more in passive income for homeowners who go solar.
In the springtime, when the sun starts to shine more and more while energy demands remain lower, you can start to bank energy production to use during the hottest months of the summer, when your A/C is running full blast. Imagine, keeping your home as cool as you like, without worrying about a high bill. Get your project underway now, in time to take advantage of the Solar Harvest, and that can be your reality.