There is a profound awakening amongst many of us that we need to be stewards of our physical world and we need to protect our environment for the next generation.
In this episode, Peter Raskin talks with George Wood, renewable energy consultant at Oak Point Energy Associates, LLC. He discusses why you should consider adding a solar energy system to your home and the incentives to add it now rather than later.
- The basics to look at when considering solar for your house
- The financial and economic incentives to installing solar
- Why you should hit the brakes if you get offered a no-cost solar system
- The concept of adding battery storage as part of the solar installation
- And more
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About George Wood:
George is a consultant to renewable energy generation owners and developers, retail energy suppliers, microgrid developers and financial players in the energy markets. He has worked directly in support of over 3,000 MWs of OPERATING renewable generation including on & off-shore wind, solar, landfill gas, tidal and hydro facilities.
George also provides deal structuring and origination services to select clients.
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