Solar Incentives Programs

Incentives Programs for switching to solar are available and should be taken advantage of.

Regulatory and financial incentives, such as tax credits, low interest loans, grants, special utility rates, and technical assistance to encourage the installation of photovoltaic systems are all available, though they vary from region to region.

Here’s a site that will help you find out what’s available in your area
Take advantage of this.

February 8th, 2006 - Posted in Solar Energy News, Solar Energy Products | | 0 Comments

The Bull Market Report Investigates Why Solar Power is Hot

Tuesday February 7, 10:43 am ET
The Bull Market Report (, an online investment newsletter focused on long- term growth and income-generating stocks, announced today that it has provided subscribers with an updated look at cutting-edge companies in the solar energy market, including Evergreen Solar (Nasdaq: ESLR - News), Suntech Power Holdings (NYSE: STP - News), SunPower (Nasdaq: SPWR - News), and Energy Conversion Devices (Nasdaq: ENER - News).

All paid and trial subscribers to The Bull Market Report can now receive immediate access to the newsletter’s exclusive daily reports. As a subscriber, you’ll also gain access to our latest investment moves. Start your 14-day free trial today:

In its report, The Bull Market Report wrote: “For brief periods over the coming years, record oil prices could pose a threat to the prospects for solar energy companies to the extent that they create demand destruction and a subsequent plunge in the price of crude. However, given the tight relationship between long-term demand and supply for oil, the need for viable alternatives is now well known. On both the consumer and commercial level, there is growing frustration with fluctuating energy prices and a greater awareness of alternatives to traditional energy sources.”

In its coverage, The Bull Market Report looked at the following topics:

— Why has solar power been so hot since The Bull Market Report first
wrote about it in August?

— What solar power company looks like it has the best long-term

— What risks do companies in the solar sector face?

— How has the strong debut of Suntech Power Holdings helped “legitimize”
the sector?

February 7th, 2006 - Posted in Solar Energy News | | 0 Comments