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Duke Energy Denied Rate Increases

Duke Energy Rate Increases Denied Last Friday Duke Energy’s request to raise customers rates in North Carolina were rejected. That rarely happens and we consider it a win for NC! The N.C. Utilities Commission’s denied the request that was going to affect customers in the territory from Tennessee border to Winston-Salem and the Durham area. It is not clear […]

New Office

NC Solar Now’s Moving Up! Follow us as we move into our new offices. After 10 years in business, we are moving to accommodate our growing team! We could not have done it without you, our amazing and supportive customers. It’s because of you that we are growing, and for that we Thank You. We look […]

Partial Settlement with Duke on Rate Case

NC Sustainable Energy Association Announces Partial Settlement with Duke on Rate Case NC Solar Now is a proud member of the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, an organization that works to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency in North Carolina through education, public policy, and economic development. Our involvement with NCSEA helps drive policy and market development […]

Solar Power Installers – #MoreThanJustAVan

We Are More Than Just a Van Installing Residential and Commercial Solar Power  You might have seen us driving down highway 40, parked in your neighbor’s driveway, or picking up some lunch at your local sandwich shop. Perhaps you’ve seen us at 6 AM on our way to install solar electricity, or at 6 PM making our […]

Do Solar Panels Work on Cloudy Days?

If you are wondering if solar panels work on cloudy days then you are not alone. Especially with the transition from winter to spring, mother nature has not been very considerate of our vitamin D intake lately. If you are currently relying on solar panels or are considering installing them it’s important that you understand how […]

Closer Look at U.S.’ Historic Solar Jobs Growth

The Solar Foundation has launched an interactive Solar Jobs Map, which provides data on the number of solar jobs in every U.S. state, metropolitan area, county and congressional district in 2016. The new map builds on the nonprofit’s recently released National Solar Jobs Census 2016 report and reveals the impact of the nation’s historic solar […]

After Historic 2016, What’s Ahead for the U.S. Solar Market?

Following a record-breaking 2016, total installed U.S. solar capacity is poised to nearly triple over the next five years, according to the U.S. Solar Market Insight 2016 Year-in-Review report. However, that includes a 10 percent slump in 2017. After providing an encouraging preview of the report last month, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has […]

What Is Net Metering, and How Does It Work?

The solar industry has grown exponentially in the last decade, and with it, so have policies, incentives, and systems for making solar more accessible to the people who want to use it. One of the most important of these systems is net metering. If you’re considering making the switch to solar, it’s important to understand […]

Governors to Trump: Keep Your Hands off our Renewables

The Governors’ Wind and Solar Energy Coalition, a bipartisan group including the chief executives of 20 states, wrote an open letter to President Donald J. Trump demanding his support for pro-clean-energy policies. By Frank Andorka, PV Magazine USA The president’s “An America First Energy Plan” sends renewable energy tumbling down a memory hole, as if […]

U.S. Solar Market Grows 95 Percent in 2016, Shatters Records

It’s no surprise that the U.S. solar sector broke records in 2016 – analysts long expected it to be a boom year, but newly released data highlights just how wildly successful the market was. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and GTM Research previewed the data in advance of their upcoming U.S. Solar Market Insight […]

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