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Should we lease or buy? -Aaron and Megan, Prescott A: A solar lease would allow you to "go solar" for a lower up-front cost than an outright purchase. A solar lease is "full system management," meaning that the leasing company handles warranty issues
Falling prices and growing acceptance of home solar power is sparking a challenge to major financiers who have anchored the U.S...Loans offer homeowners a path to solar system ownership and the opportunity to capture for themselves federal tax
We just told you that if current rates hold, there will be one new solar installation built in the U.S. every 83 seconds by 2016 , for a total of 9 gigawatts. Deutsche Bank's Vishal Shah, Jerimiah Booream-Phelps and Susie Min are out with an even
Global warming doesn't really care if you believe in it or not. It's just going about its business wreaking havoc, and the choice to prepare is yours alone. Just this month, Greenpeace released a nightmare-inducing report about what we could be
But the company lowered full-year revenue guidance, and the stock dropped, so it was a bit of a disappointment for investors...But that wasn't the only new in solar -- here are more highlights, including solar leasing, solar thermal, and a new
In a typical leasing arrangement, a third party finances a home or business owner's solar system and the home or business owner simply makes monthly payments, which can be competitive with grid electricity costs depending on how the lease is set up.
32 PM Text Size: tool goes here The number of solar power systems installed on California rooftops is growing as residents seek greener alternatives to high utility bills. And many of them are taking a more-affordable route to solar energy.
Government subsidies, falling equipment prices, super-low interest rates and now financing from companies such as Google are fulfilling an environmentalist dream that's almost as old as Earth Day : solar electricity that's more or less as cheap as
Tell us Tarrant County residents are starting to let the sun shine in...Even with that decline, however, buying a residential photovoltaic electricity installation remains an expensive investment, even after the federal 30 percent tax credit. Local
In this file photo taken March 23, 2010, installers Arin Gharibian (left) and Hayk Mkrtchayan, and team leader Edward Boghosian (right) all employees of California Green Design, assemble solar electrical panels on the roof of a home in Glendale,