Current Utah rebates and tax incentives have converged to make solar energy more viable than ever before in both commercial and residential applications.
Orem, Utah (PRWEB) October 25, 2013
Solar electric retrofitting Utah businesses and homes offers powerful returns on investment and backup electricity in case of emergency. That’s the assertion of a distinguished group of energy experts set to discuss solar energy return on investment on November 8th at the Provo Marriott. At no cost to the public (RSVP required), panelists will chart the course for installing and financing solar systems for the quickest payback. Event sponsors seek to educate the public in advance of the January 2014 Utah Solar Incentive auction offering a limited number of large rebate incentives for small business.
“Current Utah rebates and tax incentives have converged to make solar energy more viable than ever before in both commercial and residential applications,” states Norm Harrison, CEO for Progressive Power Solutions, the event host. “In today’s uncertain economy, solar retrofits make good money sense and promise rapid returns as opposed to the guarantee that current power bills are on the rise. You don’t have to be a big investor any more to create a golden nest egg with solar.”
Panelists for the public event include a who’s who of Utah energy:
- Dr. Bernell Stone – Global Energy Management
- Scott Cruze - Concept Property Management
- Erik Anderson - Rocky Mountain Power
- James Johnston – The NRG Bureau
- Jeff Barrett – Governor’s Office of Economic Development – Energy
- Orrin Farnsworth - Utah Solar Energy Association
Event attendees will receive valuable case study and white paper information to simplify the complexities around solar retrofits. They will walk through the various rebates, tax incentives, and financing options that are readily available. For more information and to RSVP: http://ow.ly/pX9qk
Solar ROI event sponsors include GOED, Utah Technology Magazine, Progressive Power Solutions, Concept Property, City of Provo, Utah Valley Home Builders Association, Real Good Solar, Bank of American Fork, Platt Electric, and Progressive Power Solutions (http://www.ppswest.com).
John Pilmer, APR