So the state of New York has now stepped in to provide rebates for residential rooftop solar power in Long Island. This is just another turn on the coaster. Solar power is hot in Long Island. Electricity prices are some of the highest in the country and pretty soon solar power for your home is going to make sense even without these rebates. So don’t miss the chance to take advantage of them while they are here. They won’t last long.
For homeowners in Connecticut (CT), Massachusetts (MA), New Jersey (NJ) and New York (NY), there is no time like the present to see if solar power works for you. These rebate and incentive programs come and go so take advantage while they are here. Not long ago in New Jersey, the Solar Renewable Energy Certificate (or SREC), the main state incentive for solar in NJ took a big dive in value. These are market-based incentives and when the market took a dive, many solar leasing companies stopped offering products in NJ. Now the SREC value is back up and these systems make sense again so it is a good time to take advantage of these solar leasing programs that offer solar for your home at no upfront cost.
If you have ever asked yourself the question, “Does solar power work for my home?”, now is the time to find out. The cost of choosing solar power will only go up as incentives are cut back.