Converting Your Home To Solar Energy Makes Sense In So Many Ways.
Making the transition to solar power for your home isn't just the right thing to do for our environment and for our future, it actually makes good, practical sense in so many ways.
- Electric Bill Savings: See immediate savings on your electric bill. A re2g system can provide up to 100% of the electricity you need to run your home.
You will reduce or even eliminate your dependence on fluctuating electric costs.
Get Cash Back: Federal and state incentives combine to cover up to 50% of the cost of your solar installation, and you'll earn Solar Renewable Energy Credits
that will put cash in your pocket for years to come!
When you install a re2g solar power system, you'll get 30% back as a credit on your federal income taxes. You may also be eligible for state or other grants that will further reduce the cost of your system. re2g will find all the applicable tax incentives and grants, and we'll facilitate all the necessary paperwork.
Over the life of your solar power system, you can expect to get income and savings that triple your initial investment.
Property Value Increases: For every $1 you save each year in utility costs, $20 is added to the building's value. That means if you save $1,000 in your annual utility costs,
you're adding $20,000 to your property's value.
Protect The Environment: And, of course, you'll be protecting the environment. By using clean, natural power generated by the sun, you'll be reducing greenhouse gas emissions and helping our
environment in a real and measurable way.
"As the person representing the owner, I could tell that re2g knew how to specify and design systems. They also ran cost analyses and payback scenarios for us on a variety of options, which was very helpful. I liked their approach to handling everything, including the paperwork for the government rebates. They take you through the whole process from the beginning to the end. Working with re2g was a good experience and I highly recommend them."
- Director of Facility Planning & Construction, Delaware Valley College