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Gemstones & Solar Power
With the fifth-lowest average electricity prices in the nation, Idaho’s renewable energy resources have clearly made a dent in the state’s payouts. In 2016, Idaho reported that 79% of its power comes from renewable energy sources, and 50,523 houses are solar-powered. Recently, Idaho was named as one of nine states with grant programs for renewable energy, making homeowners even more excited to go solar.Learn More
Silver, Gold & Solar
With Nevada’s Renewable Portfolio Standard, electric companies are currently required to sell 6% of their power through renewable resources. That number is expected to spike to 25% in 2025 – with nearly 6% of that coming from residential solar panels. If you're looking to switch to solar in Nevada, now is a great time!Learn More
The Solar State
With over 4.7 million solar-powered homes and growing plus a nation-leading 100k+ solar jobs, California is the nation’s #1 solar state. 33% of California’s electricity is required to come from renewable resources by 2020 and 50% by 2030. In fact, since 2014 state law requires all new buildings under ten stories tall be solar ready! At ION we’re proud to help California homeowners make the switch with no upfront or out-of-pocket costs at all.Learn More
A Mountain of Solar Savings.
More than 30,000 Coloradans have switched to solar. Another 5000 are employed by the solar industry in Colorado! The first state to vote for a renewable energy Standard by popular vote, Coloradans want solar. While energy prices keep going up and up, solar adoption continues to grow and we work with homeowners To make the switch an easy one.Learn More
It’s time for solar
What's Your Reason To Switch?
Another homeowner just like you switches to solar every 84 seconds. The old way of getting power is expensive, inefficient, the costs continue rising, and our planet suffers most. The solar movement is happening one homeowner at a time. You can make a difference too. Find out if solar makes sense for your home.See why other homeowners are switching
Sunshine is a Way of Life
With 5 National Parks, 14 ski resorts, and a whole lot of sunshine (the potential to provide the entire US with all its electricity used), it makes sense that Utah’s solar growth is exploding. Just last year, Utah ranked #2 nationwide for solar capacity installed and solar capacity per capita. Nearly 300k Utah homes are now solar powered. We work tirelessly to push the solar movement forward here in our home state and help Utah reach it’s goal of 20% electricity from renewable sources by 2025.Learn More
Virginia is for
IKEA and Prologis aren’t the only ones that have switched to solar power in Virginia. In fact, 32.4% of electricity used in Virginia comes from rooftop solar power. With prices falling 53% in the last five years and 68,605 houses currently powered by solar power, Old Dominion isn’t showing signs of stopping. The state’s solar electricity is expected to triple in the next five years.Learn More
Solar is Big in Texas
136,000 Texans power their home with solar with over 9000 people employed by the solar industry (3rd in the country). Texas has the most solar potential of any state and ranked 6th nationwide for installations just last year. Texas homeowners want to pay less to power their homes and they’re switching to solar in record numbers.Learn More
Enough Sun to
Power the Country
On a per-capita basis, New Mexico is in the top 10 states for solar. New Mexico has the solar capacity to supply all of the electricity used in the entire country--- FOUR times over--- with over 40% of that potentially coming from rooftop solar panels. The state’s goal is to be running on 20% renewable energy by 2020.Learn More