Happy New Year!
As with any New Year, come new resolutions. From becoming healthier to spending more time with family & friends, it’s all important! We have another important resolution for 2018: resolve to go solar. Own your power, save money, and contribute to making the environment better for future generations this year.
Resolve to Own Your Power
Utility companies sell electricity to you at a rate which can increase every year. In fact just recently, MA Eversource announced a rate hike which will add about $98 annually to a customer’s electric bill. This power is also often created from burning fossil fuels. You have the option to generate your own clean, affordable solar power.
Resolve to Save Money
On average, RGS Energy customers boast savings of over $100 every month.* Not only can you hedge against future electric rate hikes from your utility company, but you’ll also benefit from a high ROI on a safe investment. Solar can give you the financial independence you’re looking for in 2018.
Resolve to Lose the CO2 Pounds
Did you know that an average 4kW solar system from RGS Energy will offset over 199,000 pounds of CO2 during its first 25 years? Now more than ever, it’s important for everyone to do their part for the environment.
What’s RGS Energy’s Resolution?
Our resolution has been the same since we started selling solar panels to the public in 1978: to provide solar solutions contributing to a sustainable, clean future. We’re excited for the opportunities that 2018 will bring.
A year from now you’ll wish you started today. Resolve to go solar in 2018 and contact us at RGS Energy – we’ll help you keep that resolution!
*Savings numbers and home value increases are based on recent average RGS Energy customer purchases in that state. Each solar power system is customized for the customer and the home, so prices and savings will vary based on many factors including location, system size, shading, weather, availability/qualification for government and/or other rebates or incentives, and local utility rates. RGS Energy does not guarantee savings on total electricity costs, increases in home value, or financial returns. Terms of financing, if available, vary by location and are not available in all areas.