How Solar Power Works in Springfield, Missouri and Why You Should Invest In A Solar Array

Earlier this year, I decided to look into solar power. There is a 26% federal tax credit this year for solar, and it had been about 4 years since I had last looked into getting solar for our house. Back in 2017, it was a bit more expensive and a bit less efficient, but the tax credit combined with some improvements in the technology made it an absolute no-brainer to add a solar array to our house.

In this post, I’ll talk about the financial reasons for getting solar this year, and then I’ll cover how solar works with City Utilities (CU) in Springfield.

Important note the first: solar only makes sense if you own your home and plan to live in it for a long time. Without those two things being true, you won’t get a sufficient ROI for them to make sense at this time in Springfield.

Important note the second: for serious, if you do decide to get solar, let me know so I can refer you to Simple Solar and we’ll get some nice rewards.

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