In its recently published guide, Tucson Solar Insider addresses the advantages of solar power as well as the pitfalls to avoid when choosing a company.
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This updated guide by Tucson Solar Insider comes as Oro Valley residents using Tucson Electric Power (TEP) are facing rising prices. A recent report by the Arizona Daily Star revealed that TEP raised rates for consumers by 6% in 2021 and is currently proposing a new rate increase that could add 12%, or just over $14, to the average monthly bill.
According to Tucson Solar Insider’s guide, a lower monthly energy bill s just one of the many reasons home and business owners should consider switching to solar power in Oro Valley. Incentives, tax credits and helping the environment all add to the advantages of solar power.
With three hundred days of sunshine a year, the Tucson area provides an ideal climate for solar power. But not all solar panel companies in the marketplace are equal. Tucson Solar Insider’s guide goes on to detail several factors consumers should be aware of before contracting with a solar company.
The guide cautions that cheaper quotes are not necessarily better, as less expensive components may be lower in quality and can be prone to breakdowns and costly repairs. Consumers are encouraged to pick a company that uses products with top-tier warranties and guarantees. Local companies and those with highly rated customer service are also recommended.
Tucson Solar Insider is a newsletter committed to helping residents in the Tucson region make informed decisions when it comes to solar power. The newsletter is published by ‘Commander Curtis’, a Tucson resident and retired Naval Officer who served as Chief Electrical Officer on the USS NIMITZ.
Curtis says: “I created Tucson Solar Insider to help Tucson homeowners sift through all of the high-pressure sales and technical complexity that has become rampant in the solar industry today. As a matter of fact, I think Tucson deserves better from the solar industry and my goal has become to make that happen as best I can.”
Interested parties can learn more about Tucson Solar Insider at https://tucsonsolarinsider.com
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