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In the past year, we’ve noticed that stories about solar energy by way of solar farms and solar arrays are on the rise big time. So why is that? Here in Arizona, we’ve received more than a billion dollars in revenue from the Department of Energy to start making solar power more feasible for everyone from students to homeowners, and business owners to those who are just plainly tapped into the grid–renters and apartment dwellers alike.
So is this some sort of solar fad? We don’t think so. As you scan the reports and news stories about solar energy, you come to find more and more stories about its widespread use, not less and less as some opponents might have you believe. Everywhere from China and Japan to former Eastern Block Europe are creating solar farms, and they are now the norm in countries like Denmark and Sweden.
The US isn’t far behind in implementation, it’s juts some of the thinking that needs to catch up. The Garden State of New Jersey still leads the pack as the most solar energy-using state, but many others are closely tailing it, including New York, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and you guessed it, Arizona!
The best way to make good use of energy in the desert is to take advantage of the natural resource we have in the sun. What could be more effective than harnessing such power where the sun shines more than 330 days out of the year?
If you’re ready to harness the sun with rooftop solar panels in Phoenix, then we are here to help you make that happen. Adair Solar Company in Mesa has been providing solar panels and solar water heaters in Phoenix for more than three decades.
In addition, Adair offers Arizona solar tax credits and solar rebates as a certified solar equipment installer. So what are you waiting for? Let us come give you a free in-home consultation to determine what solar credits you are eligible for and get your solar installation in Phoenix started today!
[[Call today for your free in-home consultation for a solar installation from Adair Solar Company in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, and beyond by calling (480) 827-1162.]]