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Virginia Homeowners Use New Program to Go Solar at No Cost Down…

July 1, 2022

Installing solar panels can cost the average Virginia homeowner $25,000, making it too expensive for most people to go solar. The good news is that a new initiative wants to change that. This new program aims to help homeowners make the switch to solar at no upfront cost through rebates and incentives.

Power companies are fighting an uphill battle they are sure to lose and they’re blaming customers who are taking advantage of a massive solar savings program. Specifically, they are blaming solar rebates that incentivize homeowners to use clean energy by offering a new solar installation with no money out of pocket.

Until now, solar panels were less about saving money and more about environmental protection. In order to get more people to switch to clean solar energy the federal and state governments are highly incentivizing homeowners who live in specific zip codes to go solar with $1000’s of dollars in rebates and incentives that can cover 100% of the upfront costs associated with a new solar panel installation.

Through this program, homeowners receive solar panels, full professional installation and a dramatically reduced (if not completely eliminated) electric bill with no out of pocket expense. According to initial reports, this program is saving Virginia homeowners an average of $1,016 per year.* Plus, if you go with a purchase program, solar panels can increase your property’s value by as much as 20%. Finally, a real stimulus homeowners have needed for years!

The goal is to install solar panels for 25,000 homeowners in Virginia. As of July 1, 2022, they have already filled over 70% of this quota and could run out by the end of this month. If you’re interested in this program, you need to act now.

If you currently own a home in Virginia, we encourage you to apply for this program here. Just answer a few simple questions and we’ll be able to determine if you qualify. There is no obligation and it only takes 30 seconds.

EDITORS NOTE: You’re NOT under contract with your current electric provider, even if they say so. If you’ve already paid your current bill, you can very easily cancel and get the balance refunded.