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Federal Policy Makes Going Solar Easy For Homeowners in

Power companies are losing customers left and right and they’re blaming massive government savings programs. Federal Government Funded Solar Incentives are encouraging homeowners to use clean energy by reducing solar power costs with a 30% tax credit. Homeowners are also getting solar for $0 down at installation.

Until recently, solar panels were less about saving money and more about protecting the environment. However, in 2023 that's changing and in a major way. In order to get more people to switch to clean solar energy, the Federal and State governments have begun to incentivize certain homeowners who live in specific zip codes to go solar with $1000’s of dollars in rebates and incentives which, along with savings on energy costs over time, can often cover 100% of the costs associated with a new solar system installation.

When homeowners visit FirstCallSolar many are both shocked and thrilled to discover how much they can save by going solar. You can even use this tool to help calculate your savings by entering your zip code, utility provider and your average power bill. In many cases, customers are saving up to 50% on the cost of powering their home each year.

How Do Solar Programs Work?

Solar systems are far cheaper and more efficient today than they were just 10 years ago. This means that millions of homeowners who could previously not afford to do so are switching to solar. With rebates being as high as they are, many homeowners are able to drastically reduce their power bill without assuming the upfront costs of installation.

Want To See How Much You Can Save? Here’s How:

● Step 1: Select your average monthly electric bill below.

● Step 2: Go onto FirstCallSolar and find out how much you may save! It takes just two minutes to get started.

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