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We are changing the process of converting to solar so that it is simpler than ever before.

We are changing the process of converting to solar so that it is simpler than ever before.

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Use of energy explained
Energy use in homes

Electricity consumption in U.S. homes varies by region and type of home
The average U.S. household consumes about 11,000 kilowatthours (kWh) per year.1 However, electricity use in homes varies across regions of the United States and across housing types. On average, apartments in the Northeast consume the least amount of electricity annually, while single-family detached homes in the South consume the most. Homes in the South are more likely to have electric heating and use more air conditioning.

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Unlike natural gas, petroleum fuels, and wood, which are needed for only a handful of uses such as heating and cooking, electricity can power those and well over 100 other energy end uses for households.

Air conditioning use is now common in most homes

Because of both population shifts to warmer climates and the availability of air conditioning in almost all new homes, air conditioning has been one of the fastest growing energy uses in homes. In 2015, about 87% of homes used air conditioning compared to 57% of homes using air conditioning in 1980. The percentage of homes with central air conditioning has more than doubled since 1980 when 27% of homes had central air conditioning systems compared to 64% in 2015.
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The share of U.S. homes with central air-conditioning systems inceased from 27% of homes in 1980 to 64% in 2015.
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Most homes have refrigerators and many have more than one

Nearly all homes—99%—have a refrigerator, and 30% have two or more. Second refrigerators and separate freezers are most common in Midwest homes, where, in 2015, 34% of homes had a second refrigerator and 39% had a separate freezer compared with 30% and 32%, respectively, for all U.S. homes. The most-used refrigerator in a home costs $81 per year to operate on average, while the second refrigerator has an average annual operating cost of $61. Second refrigerators are often smaller than the home’s most-used refrigerator, and they may not be in use the entire year—17% of homes with a second refrigerator reported that it was in use six months or less in 2015. Separate freezers cost $69 per year to operate on average.

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1 Excludes losses in electricity generation and delivery.
Last updated: May 9, 2019

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Every home should have access to clean powered energy at an affordable cost. Our team works with you every step of the way providing you with exceptional designs and the best solar panels available.

Save Up to $20K in Year One

  • Eliminate having to use electrical companies.
  • Eliminating the use of fossil fuels from utility companies. 
  • Returning power to the grid. 
  • Receive a tax break for installing solar panels. Being a first-time installer of solar panels can deduct 26% of the cost for 2021, 26% for 2022, and 22% for 2023.

25 Year Warranty on Our Installations

  • We offer a 25-year warranty on all work completed by our installers to help ensure a peace of mind.
  • Savings on future repairs can also be done through the manufacturer's warranty.
  • Projects are completed in ⅓ of the time, which helps keep down labor costs.

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