#1 Solar Energy Company in Raleigh
Raleigh is the Capital of Solar in North Carolina
Raleigh is leading the way for solar in NC.
Solar panel installations in Raleigh are turning the City of Oaks green! Solar is an increasingly popular and valuable energy saving option for homeowners and businesses in Raleigh–even with its tree centric nickname! Raleigh’s friendly solar policies and rising electricity prices, make it a great time to go solar.
Through net metering you can get full value for the energy your panels produce. Solar is friendly for both the environment and your wallet, as net metering can help to offset up to 100% of energy costs
Southern Energy Management is born, bred and based in Raleigh. We value being your local solar company so we’re offering a special 20 cent per watt rebate on solar installs in Raleigh. For an average system size this equates to an additional 7-10% discount on your solar system.
The 26% Solar Tax Credit will be available through 2020 before it steps down to 22% in 2021. This tax credit reduces the cost of solar by 26% (its a credit, not a deduction), with the only requirement being that you pay federal taxes and your solar system is installed this year.
Learn how much you can save by making the switch to clean, pure solar power.
We’re the best and most experienced solar energy company in Raleigh, NC. We’ve been installing solar systems around the Raleigh area since 2001, and the experience to install the perfect system for your home. Despite its tree centric nickname, the solar outlook in Raleigh has never been brighter.
Producing your own solar power saves you money on your electricity bill everyday. As utility rates rise over time, your solar savings will protect you from higher electric bills.
2020 is the time to apply for the 26% Federal Tax Credit for Solar. Take the money you owe to Uncle Sam next year, and invest it into clean energy for your home.
The impact of your solar power goes far beyond your own roof. Generating renewable solar energy reduces pollution, helps fight climate change, and lowers America’s dependence on fossil fuel imports.
Our solar educator is happy to answer any questions along your solar journey!