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Solar Option with Las Ventanas

Our builder partner Las Ventanas Homes features solar from Affordable in this years Parade of Homes.

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Cost savings, state & federal tax credits, predictable energy costs, and clean & renewable energy are just some of the many great reasons to install a solar system.

Tariffs, International Trade and What it Means for Solar

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This post is an update to a previous post on the topic: International Trade Spat Pushes Solar Prices Higher for New Mexicans If you are like most readers, the nuance of what goes on at the International Trade Commission is a great cure for insomnia. The prospect of such a boring read might, if uncontrolled, fill one with the urge to run across several lanes of interstate traffic. But don’t despair – we’ll make this easy. You can quickly decide …

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Are PNM’s Rates Increasing?

If you are a higher-use customer, your annual rate of increase may be as high at 10%! See this graph which is the actual annual rate increases we analyzed from a customer who came to Affordable Solar and who was curious about what rates of increase they actually had in recent years. Rising utility rates combined with lower equipment and installation costs makes solar a great investment for your home. A typical assumption in our return on investment …

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International Trade Spat Pushes Solar Prices Higher for New Mexicans

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A Decade of Declining Prices In less than a decade, the solar industry in New Mexico has experienced a broad transformation, due in large part to rapidly plummeting prices for solar panels and associated equipment.  Just a decade ago, solar PV was, for the vast majority of New Mexicans, an idealistic hobby that made no economic sense whatsoever.  An average residential solar installation (approximately 5 kW DC) would cost anyone in the …

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