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Why Property Owners Need to Make a Solar Reservation

Any property owner who has looked into converting to solar energy most likely discovered that the 30% Solar Federal Tax Credit (ITC) ends on January 1, 2020.  This solar tax credit is remains available for solar installation costs for solar energy systems installed in 2019. This deadline might give property owners the false impression that they [...]

2019 is the Year of the PIGgy Bank

2019 is The Chinese Zodiac Year of The Pig. Here at Geoscape Solar, we are calling it "The Year of The Piggy Bank." The year ahead is predicted to be crucial in terms of how we invest, how we save, and how sustainably we choose to live. After experiencing the volatility of the 2018 stock [...]

Does Solar Energy Work in Winter?

One of the first ways we know that Winter is around the corner is when we set our clocks back. This ritual is inevitably the start of shorter days and higher costs to heat your home. The best way to protect yourself from the rising costs of heating your property is by converting to Solar [...]

What does it take to Succeed in the Solar Industry for 10 Years?

No Solar Company dreads incoming phone calls. Except the ones that begin with: “ I used Solar XYZ and then they went out of business and now I’m stuck with a system that doesn’t work. Can you help?” We empathize with the property owner who is reaching out to us and are starkly reminded of [...]

Why Go Solar in the State of New Jersey?

  Why Go Solar in the State of New Jersey? New Jersey saw the most dramatic solar growth last year, rising from 10th largest state by installed PV capacity to 5th while also entering the top 10 for solar job creation for the first time. A number of strong solar incentives in New Jersey make [...]

Why Your Choice of a Solar Installer Matters

Installing a solar energy system is a powerful way for property owners to control their bottom line. Whether that means revenue, disposable income or freeing up operating capital, the choice to go solar eliminates the challenge of budgeting based on unpredictable monthly utility bills. It is also an opportunity to strengthen the local economy and [...]

Water, Wet: 80% Of U.S. Electricity Could Be Produced By Renewables

By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent What Happened: Researchers at the University of California at Irvine (UCI) report that the United States could produce 80% of its electricity needs with solar and wind power, as long as the nation commits to building the grid to accommodate them, including up to 12 hours of battery storage. Someone [...]

The 4 Phases Of Implementing Commercial Solar

If you’re investigating how to go solar, you’re probably wondering how it all happens. This infographic overviews the phases you’ll go through when implementing a commercial solar panel system—from site evaluation, to system design and installation, through ongoing operation and maintenance.

8 Things Sustainable Businesses Care About

If you’ve wondered "What is sustainability?" when it comes to business, this infographic can help. It shows eight of the most common things companies focus on when they implement sustainable business practices. Business and sustainability can coexist. And businesses are finding that by focusing on corporate responsibility, they can also maintain a sustainable competitive advantage [...]

The Triple Bottom Line: A Sustainable Model For Success

The triple bottom line (TBL) framework is gaining popularity as more and more companies implement sustainable business strategies. Focusing on people, planet and profits—instead of just profits alone—can lead to a number of potentially unexpected benefits that extend beyond corporate social responsibility. This infographic provides a triple bottom line definition and explains how businesses are [...]

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