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Case study: EnergySage solar installers share what they’ve learned during the coronavirus pandemic

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The new reality of ‘remote selling’ is driving solar companies across the country to reevaluate their sales efforts and how they engage with potential customers. Consumer shopping behavior is changing quickly and is shifting to online platforms faster than ever as COVID-19 challenges traditional sales channels. 

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New Hampshire solar battery incentives

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Are you considering installing a solar battery in the Granite State? Fortunately, there are a few financial incentives available to help you save on costs, especially if you’re a customer of Eversource or Liberty Utilities. Full disclosure: these incentives…rock (we know, cheesy NH joke…just couldn’t help ourselves.)

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Best places to own an EV

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Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming increasingly popular around the world. However, some places are more EV-friendly than others because of financial or convenience reasons. In this article, we’ll break down what factors make a place more or less suitable to own an EV, as well as call out some of the best states in the U.S. for electric car ownership.

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What are critical load panels?

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You may have noticed an increase in coverage of energy storage in the news lately, especially here on our blog. Energy storage continues to increase in popularity throughout the country (according to Wood Mackenzie and the ESA, residential storage had its best quarter ever to start 2020), and with good reason: batteries provide myriad benefits, form backup power and peace of mind, to further financial savings. 

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Solar battery incentives in New York

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If you’re a New Yorker considering your solar battery options, you’re not alone: energy storage has become an increasingly popular purchase for homeowners interested in keeping their homes running during a grid outage. Fortunately, due to declining costs, federal tax credits, and–for Long Island homeowners–state incentives, solar batteries are more affordable than ever before. Here’s a quick rundown of the battery incentives currently available in New York:

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