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  • 03 Oct 2022

    In Montana, the popularity of electric vehicles is rising as more drivers look for a way to beat high gas prices.  Curious about how you could go electric and save? What if I told you that you could charge your vehicle in your house without having an outrageous p...

  • 31 Aug 2022

    Power companies in Montana still rely on coal for nearly half of the energy they generate. But they’re also working to install hundreds of megawatts of solar. Why? Because solar energy is a game changer for Montana’s future. While utility companies in Monta...

  • 17 Aug 2022

    Amidst rocketing housing prices, Montana homeowners have been grappling with the impacts of inflation. Thankfully, this past week the Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law. Montana homeowners will see relief with tax credits, and save money at home. Howev...

  • 08 Apr 2022

    As more homeowners in Montana claim their energy independence with solar, many are wondering how well solar panels handle Montana weather. From winter blizzards, strong Chinook winds, changeable spring weather, and of course the warm, dry summers, Montana’s weat...

  • 30 Mar 2022

    With homeowners in Montana saving upwards of $39,000 on average with solar, it’s no wonder solar is growing from Billings to Missoula. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, there’s already enough solar in Montana to power 18,622 homes! But...

  • 11 Mar 2022

    According to a report from the Solar Energy Industry Association, solar in Montana is poised to grow by more than 250% over the next five years. That’s good news for homeowners, since more solar means lower costs and better access to programs like net metering, ...

  • 03 Feb 2022

    Looking for a way to have energy independence while saving thousands of dollars? Let us show you how to take advantage of tax rebates and incentives in Montana to save on solar. Until the end of 2022, Montana homeowners looking to go solar have three stellar ways ...

  • 27 Jan 2022

    Montana homeowners are a rugged group. Homeowners in our high, wide, and handsome state are also moving to solar for their energy independence faster than neighboring states like Wyoming or either of the Dakotas. January is Financial Wellness Month, so what better...

  • 20 Jan 2022

    The last best place regularly sees snowy winter weather. So you may be wondering if solar energy in Montana will generate enough power to keep you and your family warm through to spring.  There's no need to worry or postpone making the switch to solar. Your panel...

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