“The future ain't what it used to be.”
- Yogi Berra
Solar & Wind Power
Click on the map above for a comprehensive database on available state, local, utility, and federal incentives that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The Renewable Resource Data Center provides access to an extensive collection of renewable energy resource data, maps, and tools. Solar and wind resource data can be found for locations throughout the United States.
The Renewable Energy Advantage
Seneca Electronics & Energy Solutions seeks to facilitate the growth of renewable energy use by providing customers with the information, products, and services necessary to make the transition to a less carbon-dependent world.
By harnessing the power of the sun and wind, people can generate their own pollution-free, reliable electricity. Technological advances, government assistance, the need for reliable power, and the growing urgency to reduce the use of fossil fuels make renewable energy systems an increasingly attractive proposition.
Independence and Security
Solar technology makes it possible to have dependable power from renewable sources and fosters economic and national security. Solar systems with battery-based backup power can ensure reliable power even when the utility grid is down.
Mass production has significantly reduced the price of clean energy systems and their components. As more families, individuals, and businesses generate their own renewable electricity we will reduce pollution, provide more electricity for all to use, and limit the use of fossil fuels.
Dramatically higher electricity rates and electricity shortages are having a profound impact on our daily lives. Among a wide range of efforts to respond to these new circumstances are laws commonly known as "net-metering" that allow solar and wind energy-system owners to feed their excess generated electricity back to the utility and in return receive a credit or payment. In short, you pay only for the net electricity you consume – the amount of electricity you take from the utility minus the amount you generate and feed back from your solar or wind system.
In this way, you can obtain protection from the rising prices of fuel. Furthermore, state, local, and federal tax incentives and rebates make such systems more financially attractive than ever before make such systems more financially attractive than ever before.
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