Thursday, July 12, 2012

Despite What Many Think, Solar Is a Great Fit for New England Homes

Homeowners who think New England does not get enough sun to justify an investment in solar electricity are "just plain in the dark," says a Connecticut-based solar company.

Jeffrey Mayer, CEO of Soluxe Solar, says that the most popular objection to solar installations is "not enough sun."

"Believe it or not, the sunlight in New England is only a little less than Florida, about 15%," says Mayer.

As a result, Mayer claims, solar panels are as good an investment in New York as they are in states like Texas. "When you take into account the higher cost of electricity, as well as the incentives from state and local governments, solar is actually a better investment up north."

Soluxe Solar sells solar panels to homeowners and small businesses in the Northeast. Mr. Mayer says that many customers raise objections to solar because of their perception that there is not enough sun in northern latitudes. Often they overestimate how much solar roof panels will cost, he added.

"We have shown consistently that customers in New York and Connecticut can realize considerable savings with affordable solar power," he says.

New England customers can research the savings of solar at .

SOLUXE SOLARSoluxe Solar is committed to helping homeowners and small business owners take advantage of solar energy systems that work for their needs. Headquartered in Darien, CT, the Soluxe Solar leadership team combines decades of expertise in the energy markets and solar technology. Soluxe Solar prides itself on delivering premium customer service, high quality products, and hassle-free installation. Soluxe Solar aims to help customers save money and save the planet at the same time.


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