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Whether you are wondering how solar works, about the financing options for solar, or which system options are best for your home, we have answers to your questions. We invite you to check in regularly for updates and new information about solar!

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Commercial solar panels on a building
January 22, 2020

Solar Impact is grateful to have worked with many businesses over the years in exploring their... Read more

Black solar panels on a building
January 3, 2020

Will my solar panels work at night? What about solar working on cloudy days? How I maximize the efficiency of my solar panels?

These are all great solar questions we... Read more

View of a roof in a neighborhood with black solar panels
December 13, 2019

Of all the federal government programs, there’s one that’s actually working -- the federal investment tax credit (ITC), also known as the solar tax credit, for solar... Read more

December 11, 2019

Solar Impact is excited to announce we are the recipient of the 2019 Commitment to the Environment Award at the Greater Gainesville Chamber of Commerce... Read more

Solar array on building in downtown High Springs
November 26, 2019

There are a number of good reasons a business would choose to go solar. Often, businesses think that... Read more

Roof of a home with black solar panels on it
November 18, 2019

Homeowners can control their electricity costs by going solar instead of being at the mercy of rising utility rates... Read more

Solar Array on Residential Building
October 30, 2019

The federal investment tax credit (also known as the federal solar tax credit) will be stepping down over the next few years, and ... Read more

Solar Array on a Commercial Building
October 22, 2019

The solar tax credit is scheduled to step down over the next few years. In 2020 the tax credit will reduce to 26%. The safe harbor provision allows commercial companies to... Read more