Keep Your Lights on By Taking Advantage of Solar Energy
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate in New Jersey has hit 8.2%. With thousands of people without jobs, struggling to pay their bills amidst this global pandemic, adopting solar energy has become more important than ever. Residents of New Jersey simply cannot afford to pay high energy bills and deal with the possibility that they can lose power whenever the grid goes down.
How Hurricane Isais Highlighted the Need for Solar Power
Over summer, our state was hit by Hurricane Isaias, which left 1.4 million people without power. Even a week after the storm, there were still thousands and thousands of people with no power. Many families were left in the dark, forced to throw out their food after their refrigerators lost power, and go over a week without functioning comfort systems such as washers, dryers, heaters, and air conditioners. At a time in which so many families are already struggling to keep food on the table, power outages such as these can be a devastating blow.
While so many were left without power during that time, there were hundreds of households that were able to keep running because they were equipped with solar panels and solar batteries. They were able to keep their food, keep the lights on for their family, and stay safe and comfortable while the storm caused extensive damage throughout the state.
How You Will be Affected by PSEG Transitioning to Clean Energy
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)—controller of Public Service Electric and Gas Company and the largest energy company in the state—has announced that they understand that climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our time. As a leading energy company, they have committed to work toward a net-zero future by adopting renewable energy and building a more efficient grid. Adopting renewable energy will not only reduce carbon emissions significantly but it will also reduce the chances of residents dealing with power outages during storms and other natural disasters.
While PSEG transitioning to clean energy will be a huge win for the environment, it isn’t necessarily a win for residents who rely on the grid. A centralized clean energy grid will likely lead to extremely high energy bills as energy consumers will be forced to pay for utility spending. In a time when so many of us are struggling just to make ends meet, astronomical energy bills are too much to take on.
Take Control of Your Energy with SunPower by Sea Bright Solar
Until the power grid is 100% reliant on clean energy, energy consumers are always faced with the possibility that they could lose power at any minute. And, once the centralized grid transitions to clean energy, you’ll be stuck paying high energy bills each month. The bottom line is this: Maintaining your dependence on the grid is not in your best interest.
At SunPower by Sea Bright Solar, our team is committed to helping New York and New Jersey residents take control of their energy consumption. To help you transition to solar power, our team is offering a limited-time rebate. Now through December 31st, 2020, when you purchase a qualifying SunPower Equinox® system, you can earn a $1020 VISA Reward Card rebate.
- Rebate can be applied to select modules only
- Rebate cannot be combined with any other offers
- This offer is only available in the U.S.
- System must be at least 2.8kW
- This offer is valid on contracts signed between 9/18/20 and midnight on 12/31/20
- Use promo code Solar1020 to redeem this rebate
To learn more about how you can take control of your energy and earn $1020 back, call (732) 253-4052.