The 30 Percent Federal Tax Credit is Here to Stay
“No More Solar Incentives?” That’s Just Fake News!

The final version of the GOP tax plan did indeed include the preservation of key tax credits for solar power, but there are many people who are unaware of this, and mistakenly believe that  the 30 percent federal tax...

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Survey Shows Preference for Solar: Saving Money

Our survey of more than 100 New York residents was mentioned at a recent roundtable hosted by the Town of New Castle at the Chappaqua Library. The roundtable discussion included information about the Town of New Castle Sustainability Advisory...

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How Can You Tell if Your Solar Is a Success?

Your solar installation has been completed and it looks really beautiful atop the roof. The sun is shining, the panels are gleaming and all looks like its working. But, how can you really tell for sure if your solar...

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What’s the Best Way to Light Your Home When There’s a Power Outage?

With the recent onslaught of hurricanes and power outages, many of our customers have been asking us about home batteries as an emergency power source to kick in during a blackout. Mercedes Benz was one of the more recent entrants...

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Some Sunny News for Solar Research

The Department of Energy announced this month that it awarded $46.2 million in grants to university and private sector researchers, to promote the development of advanced green energy technologies. The grants were distributed through the SunShot Initiative, a national...

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Here’s Why Strong Relationships Matter

Preparing for a potential solar shortage -- together The solar industry has enjoyed an incredible run of falling prices and rising growth -- a trend that could soon be disrupted by a petition before the International Trade Commission (ITC) seeking...

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Solar is the smart choice for businesses of all sizes, from global to local

Not too long ago, solar energy systems on commercial real estate were largely considered to be little more than an expensive public relations gesture that only the biggest corporations could afford. But solar is no longer the sole domain...

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We’re Still Committed to Clean Energy

How ordinary Americans can still make an extraordinary difference Following President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Accord, Sunrise Solar Solutions -- and most of the world -- are more intent than ever on reducing their carbon emissions, with the goal...

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We’ll never make you the guinea pig

Risk is for innovators, not customers Innovation is a beautiful thing. It’s brought us everything from the first wheel to the first smartphone to the first pizza delivery robots. (Yup, that’s a thing.) But sometimes the world’s coolest-looking inventions become its...

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Solar Industry has Fastest Growing Job Rate in US

The employment outlook in the solar industry has never been better. In fact, we are excited (but not surprised) to learn that the solar industry now employs more people than Apple, Facebook and Google combined, according to Andrea Luecke, director...

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