It feels like just last week we were cheering in the New Year and doing our best to stay warm in the subarctic temperatures. Now we are over HALF WAY through 2019, trying to beat the heat and enjoy our (brief) summer vacations. We cannot believe how fast this first half of the year has flown by!
Arch Electric has been incredibly blessed to have several new hands join our workforce and commit to changing our environment. So far this year we have installed 2.68 Megawatts of solar, and we are projecting to have installed roughly 15 MW at year end! That is more than triple of what we installed for ALL of 2018 (4.6 Megawatts). It is so amazing to have a team that can withstand that kind of growth!
A couple of things YOU should be aware of for the rest of the year:
- We are booing in to mid-September for residential installs. So if you want that 30% Investment Tax Credit on your 2019 tax return, you won’t want to wait much longer! Schedule your Free Site Assessment with us today! You don’t want to miss out on 30% back on the cost of your solar system!
- WE Energies and RENEW Wisconsin have reached an agreement regarding customer-owned solar energy and generation. In this agreement, WE Energies has dropped their pursuit of their fixed-cost recovery charge. If that issue had you on the fence about installing solar, it’s time to jump down and join us on the sunnier side!
- Focus on Energy is offering up to a $4,000 rebate for sail in select zip codes. Contact us today to see if yours is included and how you can claim the rebate on your solar system installation!
- Lastly, the Grow Solar MKE Group-Buy, hosted by the MREA and the City of Milwaukee, only has a few more informational sessions left. If you want to know how the group buy can help you save even more with solar, be sure to attend a session. If you can’t make the remaining sessions, contact us today to schedule a site assessment with one of our energy advisors. This one-on-one, absolutely free consultation will inform you on how solar energy can benefit your home.
This post was written by Jolynn VanGinkel