Getting Grounded for Sustainability Success

Getting Grounded for Sustainability Success

Getting Grounded for Sustainability Success When we walk into a commercial office building, shopping mall, hospital, campus center or industrial building, we take for granted that all of the building systems will be operating smoothly. This is the responsibility of...
The Federal Solar Tax Credit: 2021 Update

The Federal Solar Tax Credit: 2021 Update

The U.S Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), is a policy to incentivize clean energy projects. It was enacted in 2006 and as of 2021, the ITC is a 26% tax credit that can be claimed for residential and commercial solar projects. According to the Solar Energy Industries...
Does Solar Energy Really Pay For Itself?

Does Solar Energy Really Pay For Itself?

Does Solar Energy Really Pay For Itself? We hear a lot of hype today about Solar Energy. No doubt, it sounds attractive to get power from the sun – an energy source that almost every business and many homeowners can take advantage of, and it doesn’t require any fuel....
Solar Panels: What You Should Know Before Installing

Solar Panels: What You Should Know Before Installing

What you should know before installing a solar system Big Shine Energy works with a variety of customers ranging from homeowners to large scale commercial businesses upgrading to solar energy. We understand that making an upgrade to a building or home can be...
5 Reasons You Should Adopt Solar

5 Reasons You Should Adopt Solar

Solar PV System technology has been around since the 1950’s, but  there is no better time to adopt solar for commercial and residential properties than now. And here are the top 5 reasons why. 1. The Tax Credit is Decreasing From 26% To 22% Since the beginning of the...
Two Months Away From the Federal Solar Tax Credit Decrease Deadline

Two Months Away From the Federal Solar Tax Credit Decrease Deadline

The Federal Solar Tax Credit Decrease is Right Around the Corner We are now two months away from the Federal Solar Tax Credit decrease deadline — from 26% to 22%. If your company is looking to decrease monthly utility expenses through the installation of a Solar PV...

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