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All you ever wanted to know about going solar.

You have options. You can pay cash for your system or take out a solar loan to buy your system (AmeriSave just happens to offer some great options). You can also lease your system through a power purchase agreement (PPA) from one of our vetted solar partners. If a loan makes the most sense, AmeriSave Solar will help you assess the overall system costs and projected 20-year savings for each solar financing option.

If you’re interested in maximizing your financial returns by going solar, buying a system is probably the best choice. Plus, it can add value to your home. If you’re looking for an easy, maintenance-free way to reduce your energy costs and help the environment, consider a solar lease plan. Either way, you’ll never regret going solar.

The reasons are endless. It’s the energy source of the future. Short- and long-term financial benefits. For the environment. Bragging rights. Because going solar is a smart investment, no matter where you live.

Regardless of your reason, you’ll never regret installing a solar energy system. You’ll protect yourself from rising electricity costs for decades to come. And thanks to federal tax credits, state-level tax incentives and other rebates, the sooner you act, the lower the cost of your system. While there’s no federal cap for your tax credit, there is a time limit and tax credit percentage step down—so it pays to act fast.

Let’s face it. Ford launched the first fully electric F-150 in 2021. There’s no going back. Renewable energy is now the future of power. According to the most recent EPA figures, approximately 62% of our electricity currently comes from burning fossil fuels—mainly coal and natural gas.

Solar power and other renewable energy resources are cleaner and more efficient. This reduces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change and air pollutants that cause health problems. So yes, solar energy will benefit everyone in the long run—especially our planet. Federal tax credits, incentives and rebates can make the price even sweeter if you act quickly.

Depending on where you live, installing solar power can increase your home value more than a kitchen renovation could. (Top that, HGTV!) Studies also show that homes with solar energy systems can sell for more than homes without them.

You might remember the magic of a magnifying glass, which of course, we never used for nefarious purposes. Well, that’s solar power. The principle is the same, but the technology is a bit more complex.

As the sun’s rays shine on solar panels, they absorb energy. The system converts that same energy into electricity to power your home. Or your system can send it back to the electrical grid to reduce your power costs. Systems with storage solutions bank enough power to keep your home running smoothly—which comes in handy during power outages or grid blackouts.

Yep. However, you can dramatically reduce monthly bills or even cut the amount you owe to ZERO with a solar panel system that’s sized to match your energy use. All while earning you bragging rights. That’s why all AmeriSave Solar systems are customized to maximize your home’s solar potential.

Net metering is the system used by utility companies to credit solar energy system owners for the electricity produced by their home’s solar panels. That way, you’re only paying for electricity you use beyond what your solar panels generate. In some cases, you can even sell your excess power back to the grid (now that’s power!) Net metering policies differ from state to state, so be sure to ask your friendly solar consultant for more information on how your utility handles solar energy customers.

According to the International Energy Agency’s recent World Energy Outlook 2020 report, solar power now offers the “cheapest…electricity in history.” The technology in most major countries costs less than generating power via coal and gas.

So it’s only expensive if you don’t have solar power working for you. While there’s an upfront investment when buying a system, federal tax credits, incentives and rebates reduce your initial cost. So the system pays for itself over time. Plus, you’ll be insulated from rate increases and future power outages from the old-school grid.

Thanks to federal tax credits, state-level tax incentives and other rebates, the sooner you act, the lower the cost of your system. (Here’s a big hint: there’s no federal cap for your tax credit—but there is a time limit and tax credit percentage step down to consider. So act fast).

Can you afford not to? The cost of doing nothing can be enormous. Electricity costs rise every year. Going solar now offsets those price increases for decades to come and can even eliminate them altogether when you’re generating the amount of energy you use at home.

Renewable energy is also the future—where cleaner, more sustainable power sources help reduce environmental harm and the impacts of climate change. If you wait too long, you’ll lose out on federal tax credits, state-level tax incentives and other potential rebates, increasing the cost to install a solar power system.

Solar panel systems are made of durable tempered glass and require little to no maintenance for the life of the panel. If something does go wrong, most equipment manufacturers include warranties. The terms will vary between components and companies. If you choose to lease your solar energy system, maintenance is usually covered by your contract.

You have options. You can pay cash for your system or take out a solar loan to buy your system (AmeriSave just happens to offer some great options). You can also lease your system through a power purchase agreement (PPA) from one of our vetted solar partners. If a loan makes the most sense, AmeriSave Solar will help you assess the overall system costs and projected 20-year savings for each solar financing option.

If you’re interested in maximizing your financial returns by going solar, buying a system is probably the best choice. Plus, it can add value to your home. If you’re looking for an easy, maintenance-free way to reduce your energy costs and help the environment, consider a solar lease plan. Either way, you’ll never regret going solar.

The reasons are endless. It’s the energy source of the future. Short- and long-term financial benefits. For the environment. Bragging rights. Because going solar is a smart investment, no matter where you live.

Regardless of your reason, you’ll never regret installing a solar energy system. You’ll protect yourself from rising electricity costs for decades to come. And thanks to federal tax credits, state-level tax incentives and other rebates, the sooner you act, the lower the cost of your system. While there’s no federal cap for your tax credit, there is a time limit and tax credit percentage step down—so it pays to act fast.

Let’s face it. Ford launched the first fully electric F-150 in 2021. There’s no going back. Renewable energy is now the future of power. According to the most recent EPA figures, approximately 62% of our electricity currently comes from burning fossil fuels—mainly coal and natural gas.

Solar power and other renewable energy resources are cleaner and more efficient. This reduces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change and air pollutants that cause health problems. So yes, solar energy will benefit everyone in the long run—especially our planet. Federal tax credits, incentives and rebates can make the price even sweeter if you act quickly.

Depending on where you live, installing solar power can increase your home value more than a kitchen renovation could. (Top that, HGTV!) Studies also show that homes with solar energy systems can sell for more than homes without them.

You might remember the magic of a magnifying glass, which of course, we never used for nefarious purposes. Well, that’s solar power. The principle is the same, but the technology is a bit more complex.

As the sun’s rays shine on solar panels, they absorb energy. The system converts that same energy into electricity to power your home. Or your system can send it back to the electrical grid to reduce your power costs. Systems with storage solutions bank enough power to keep your home running smoothly—which comes in handy during power outages or grid blackouts.

Yep. However, you can dramatically reduce monthly bills or even cut the amount you owe to ZERO with a solar panel system that’s sized to match your energy use. All while earning you bragging rights. That’s why all AmeriSave Solar systems are customized to maximize your home’s solar potential.

Net metering is the system used by utility companies to credit solar energy system owners for the electricity produced by their home’s solar panels. That way, you’re only paying for electricity you use beyond what your solar panels generate. In some cases, you can even sell your excess power back to the grid (now that’s power!) Net metering policies differ from state to state, so be sure to ask your friendly solar consultant for more information on how your utility handles solar energy customers.

According to the International Energy Agency’s recent World Energy Outlook 2020 report, solar power now offers the “cheapest…electricity in history.” The technology in most major countries costs less than generating power via coal and gas.

So it’s only expensive if you don’t have solar power working for you. While there’s an upfront investment when buying a system, federal tax credits, incentives and rebates reduce your initial cost. So the system pays for itself over time. Plus, you’ll be insulated from rate increases and future power outages from the old-school grid.

Thanks to federal tax credits, state-level tax incentives and other rebates, the sooner you act, the lower the cost of your system. (Here’s a big hint: there’s no federal cap for your tax credit—but there is a time limit and tax credit percentage step down to consider. So act fast).

Can you afford not to? The cost of doing nothing can be enormous. Electricity costs rise every year. Going solar now offsets those price increases for decades to come and can even eliminate them altogether when you’re generating the amount of energy you use at home.

Renewable energy is also the future—where cleaner, more sustainable power sources help reduce environmental harm and the impacts of climate change. If you wait too long, you’ll lose out on federal tax credits, state-level tax incentives and other potential rebates, increasing the cost to install a solar power system.

Solar panel systems are made of durable tempered glass and require little to no maintenance for the life of the panel. If something does go wrong, most equipment manufacturers include warranties. The terms will vary between components and companies. If you choose to lease your solar energy system, maintenance is usually covered by your contract.

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