As the first month of the new year comes to a close, we're looking forward to some of the many exciting things 2020 may have in store. As the demand for solar and other renewable energy sources continues to increase, we are expecting to see many wins for the industry over the course of this year.
Although the solar ITC will begin ramping down, the 26% tax credit is available all year long for those who go solar in 2020. Click here to learn more about the future of the ITC, and what it means for Arizonans who want to make the switch to solar.
On February 5th, we hope to see you at the Environmental Day at the Arizona Capitol. This event will include individuals, organizations, and businesses who have an invested interest in our environment, and policies that will protect it. Our goal is to let our legislators know that these issues are important to us. Click here to learn more.
One of the most exciting things we are looking forward to in 2020 is an increased focus on solar storage. Many states and organizations have committed to making storage a priority in the upcoming years, and we’re thrilled to be part of the momentum. If you’re ready to take your solar energy system to the next level, contact Sunharvest Solar to learn more about solar energy storage options.
We are also keeping an eye on everything that takes place at the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC), as these decisions impact everyone in the state of Arizona. To learn more about what is currently happening at the ACC, click here. We're here to keep you updated on all things solar and renewable in our sunny state, so stay tuned to our blog as the year progresses.
This week, APS announced they are committed to going carbon free by 2050. While this is great news, we and other renewable energy advocates would like to see a more robust commitment to solar included in this, as well as other forms of renewable energy. To read more about this, click here to read the Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association (AriSEIA) response to the announcement.
We will continue to provide updates on other events, action items, policy updates, and more, so stay tuned to our weekly blogs, Facebook, and Twitter!