Rhode Island, like many states in New England gets plenty of sunshine which makes it a good location to install solar power. Rhode Island gets about 4.5 kilowatt hours of sunshine daily, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
There are great incentives and rebates available to home owners and businesses for Rhode Island solar installation. The state offers net metering, a sales and property tax exemption and a renewable energy portfolio standard that encourages utilities to offer rebates. There is also a feed-in-tariff for systems larger than 10 kilowatts that pays up to 33.35 cents per kilowatt hour.
Clean Energy Authority can connect you with solar installation professionals servicing Providence, Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket and just about everywhere else in Rhode Island.
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