Do you live in Ohio, and wonder about the cost of solar panel installation? According to EnergySage.com, Ohio has the LOWEST solar installations costs in the entire Midwest!!
Yep, energy independence is a BIG deal.
It determines whether you're tied to "the system" or reliant upon your own resources. It could determine whether you have that extra cash to invest in your future this year...or not.
Did you know that as of 2015, home buyers were willing to pay upwards of $15,000 more for a new home with a solar array than a new home without?
When you think of solar power, what kind of technology do you imagine? Would you be surprised to learn that there are many different methods of harnessing solar energy, such as: water-heating solar, passive solar, solar-heated windows, and concentrating solar?
Different people have many different reasons for exploring the option of going solar at home. Some folks prefer environmental conservation, whereas others look to disconnect from ‘the grid’. Others have financial imperatives driving them to alternative solutions, whilst still other folks see that renewable energy is a booming industry only projected to grow further, and they want to be part of the leak before the dam breaks into a flood.
McClintock Electric has teamed up with 99.7 The Blitz to offer a little help to the community in these tough times. Make sure you listen to 99.7 The Blitz Monday Through friday at 9am, noon, & 5pm for your chance to win a generous gift card to any number of grocery stores, local restaurants, or other retailers. Check out the McClintock Electric on the Blitz website: https://theblitz.com/index.php/win/on-air-contest-2/helping-hands
We are fast approaching a tipping point with electric vehicle adoption. Just a few years ago, the Nissan Leaf, the Chevy Bolt, and Tesla's higher end Model S and model X made up the bulk of EV sales. Things have changed rapidly over the past couple years. Tesla has released its affordable model 3 and seen staggering sales numbers, becoming one of the best-selling vehicles in the country.
2017 saw a 54% increase in EV (Electric Vehicle) sales over the previous year and continued growth is expected year over year. The IEA, expects electric vehicle sales to grow from 3 million to 125 million by 2030. Some countries have even went as far as to implement bans on producing combustible engine vehicles within the next couple decades. Electric vehicles have finally reached a maturity and price point that makes them competitive with traditional vehicles. It is safe to say that the age of electric vehicles is here.