When you go into an auto dealership, you’ll never hear a car salesman say ‘NO!’ when you pick out the car you want to buy. If you want one of their cars, and you have the financial wherewithal to make the purchase, they’ll get the paperwork ready in a hurry before you change your mind. […]
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Act before year’s end to maximize federal tax incentives The pandemic will end. It may not seem like it right now but, trust me, it will. When the coronavirus is past us, we will get back to normal. Imagine if your new, post-COVID normal included solar energy panels on your roof. Federal tax incentives are […]
You’re preparing to put a solar energy system on your home’s roof, or maybe you already have solar panels up there, and you’re thinking of adding a battery backup system, too. This way you can really ‘stick it to the man’ – the utility companies that relentlessly demand energy payments from homeowners and businesses here […]
There’s never a bad time to have a solar energy system on the roof of your Antioch home. If the solar panels are up there, they’re soaking in the sunlight and turning it into energy. Correspondingly, they’re casting a protective shield over your wallet. One of the best times to collect solar energy with your […]
Federal tax incentives for solar energy are fading away. For solar installations begun this year, there is a 26% incentive. Next year, that drops to 22%. The year after that, the federal tax incentive for a solar energy system drops to 10% for commercial projects but goes away completely for residential installations.
This was to be the third year in a row that Paul LaBarbera, a leading authority on solar energy and CEO of Johnsburg-based Magitek Energy Solutions, was to present a solar energy symposium at the McHenry Public Library. Due to safety concerns over the Coronavirus, however, the event has been canceled. “This event is a […]
GOing SOLAR seminar at McHenry Public Library, Wednesday, April 22, will offer information for those considering ‘Going Solar.’
Snow sitting on the solar panels on your Antioch roof can block the ability of solar panels to absorb energy but should you remove the snow?
If you’re thinking about a solar installation on your home or office, the time is right. Or, as some say, the water is fine for solar installations; jump on in.
All summer long, the solar panels on your Vernon Hills roof pumped out electricity as you scoffed at the utility company and its costly electric bills. But now, with winter setting in, they’ll have the last laugh of 2019. After all, solar panels don’t work in winter, right? Wrong! Solar panels do work in winter. […]