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by evowner  Yesterday

Correction net cost should be $38,500.

by evowner  Yesterday

(the rest of the answer) ...installation. Income from the FIT program for the first install was: 2011 - $5,727 2012 - $6,052 2013 - $6,176 2014 - $4,761 (through July) The 2010 system cost $55,000, but the income tax credit was $16,500 so the net cost was $39,500. Projected payback will be in seven years. We installed a second set of forty solar panels in 2012 and enrolled them in another fifteen year FIT program. The 2012 FIT program for the second install pays 30% less than the first, but the installed solar panel price had also decreased 30%. The success of the solar program is dependent on the electric company supplier. We were fortunate to have PGE’s encouragement on how to develop both our roof top solar panel generation systems. We used the same contractor, RS Energy, LLC, to design and install both systems.

by evowner  Yesterday

I hope this answer to your question is helpful. Our solar install: We have a 3500 square foot house in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, which is in northwest Oregon. The majority of our rain falls in the winter with at least one snow fall each winter. The summers are dry. There are very few days of temperatures over 100 degrees. Our first solar install was forty panels manufactured by Solar World in Hillsboro, Oregon. They were installed in the fall of 2010. They were implemented as part of a pilot photovoltaic program called FIT (Feed In Tariff). FIT is a program managed by the Oregon Public Utilities Commission. This involved signing a contract with Portland General Electric (PGE), our electrical supplier. This contract is for 15 years during which PGE will buy our entire solar production. After that period of time, the production will be handled in a net metering program with PGE. The money we receive now from PGE is intended to offset the solar panel purchase and installatio

by JOHNNY95206  Aug 20, 2014

It was about that price when I got my first drivers License, than we went off the Gold Standard and the price of oil started to go up because the middle east did not like are money no more.

by dallfo  Aug 20, 2014

Thank you. I hope my remedy worked for you.

by JOHNNY95206  Aug 20, 2014

If you what to read the article just click on (go to article).... I can't figure out what was wrong with that article.

by JOHNNY95206  Aug 20, 2014

Oh Hello new buddy

by JOHNNY95206  Aug 20, 2014

I know thank... It has something to do with GB.... I guess they don't like playing Lottery.

by dallfo  Aug 20, 2014

By the way, my mother and one of my dogs died of cancer. I'm rooting for you. I love your job. I likewise have the same job for my dog. Have a great day.

by dallfo  Aug 20, 2014

I'm a programmer. Don't just reboot your computer, try shutting it down completely and then booting it back up. Hopefully, that should solve your problem posting to JOHNNY95206. Good Luck.

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