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Don’t be misled by aggressive sales tactics. Contact your local public power utility to walk you through the solar process, including:

  1. Discussing solar options currently available.
  2. Determining if you are a good fit for solar.
  3. Discussing real costs and return on investment.
  4. Discussing rates if you choose to install solar.
  5. Helping you find a knowledgeable installer.
  6. Being there for you after your installation.

Your local public power utility asks that you follow these Do’s and Don’ts when evaluating your solar options:

  • Do evaluate your home’s current energy usage.
  • Don’t give in to high-pressure sales tactics.
  • Do contact your local public power utility first before signing any contract.
  • Don’t assume your home is a good fit for solar.
  • Do get multiple quotes from installers.
  • Don’t believe the cost savings and benefits without visiting with your local utility.

 

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