The Tar Heel State is Going Solar!

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The Old North State is Becoming the New Solar State

North Carolina Homeowners are Switching to Solar (With $0 Up Front!)

Solar is more popular than ever in the Tar Heel state thanks to a long-overdue 2017 law authorizing solar leasing, allowing homeowners more opportunity to move to solar energy. This is on the heels of North Carolina getting a big kickstart in 2007, when the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) (Senate Bill 3) was passed, requiring all investor-owned utilities in the state to supply 12.5% to start moving toward new energy sources.
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Florida has enough solar installed to power 453,837 homes—with the Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center producing enough power to supply over 8,216 Florida homes (75 MW)! Considering prices have fallen 38% over the last 5 years, The Sunshine State may just become The Solar State.

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6,152,270,000 Watts Installed in North Carolina
$1,045 Average Yearly Savings!
2nd in The Nation State Ranking Solar * SEIA Q4 2019 data
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Rebates & Incentives

Normally, when you add value to your house, your property tax bills increase—not so with solar! Thanks to North Carolina's property tax exclusion, all solar homeowners who are using their systems for residential purposes won't see their property taxes increase in relation to the value of their solar system.

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Net Metering

The North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) established net metering rules for the state’s three investor-owned utilities (Duke Energy, Progress Energy, and Dominion North Carolina Power) in 2005. Net metering credits you for the extra electricity your system produces, allowing you to use those credits when your system doesn’t generate enough power.

Useful North Carolina Energy Resources

DSIRE Incentives Database North Carolina Search DSIRE's listings for specific solar energy incentives in North Carolina.


US Energy Information Administration The U.S. government's official energy statistics, including data on electricity supply and demand for North Carolina.


North Carolina Energy Division Information on NC state government energy programs, policy, projects, energy-saving strategies & energy-related statistics


North Carolina General Assembly (Official) The official site of NC General Assembly to stay up to date and monitor legislation affecting solar energy.


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