DELAWARE GOES SOLAR WITH SUNPOWER®
At 202 sunny days per year, Delaware’s sunshine is nearly the same as the U.S. average of 205. The state’s energy efficiency policy and program efforts rank it 20th in the nation, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). The portion of Delaware’s buildings viable for solar panels is 80%, which means that the state has ample opportunity to take advantage of solar as a source of clean energy.
FAQs ON SOLAR FOR AGRICULTURAL BUSINESSES
Why should I spend time and money on solar?
How can running my business on solar increase my bottom line?
How can sustainability help my business grow?
If solar is so great, why aren’t more businesses installing it?
FARMING THE SUN:
HOW TO FINANCE SOLAR PROJECTS FOR AGRICULTURE
A growing number of farms and ag businesses are going solar, and for good reason. Over the last few decades, innovations in technology have made solar much more efficient and affordable. While utility prices continue to increase, solar pricing has declined significantly, making it viable for ag operations to experience true energy independence and benefit from low energy costs for years to come.