What does Kentucky Senate Bill 100 mean for you as potential solar owners? And what does it mean for current solar owners? Let’s take a look.
Municipalities are treating solar in vastly different ways. Some with tight restrictions on solar have now opened up the world of renewables for the greater good. Some have restricted the freedoms the public have once rightfully enjoyed. On March 26, 2019, Kentucky and its fossil fuel lobbyists finally succeeded in what they’d been trying to do for years: eradicate net metering benefits with the Senate Bill 100.
Join Icon Solar for the 2019 Louisville, Kentucky Home Improvement Expo. This comprehensive home show brings together homeowners and hundreds of the most knowledgeable and experienced remodeling and building experts. Every aspect of the home can be explored, from the smallest design detail to the largest house addition. Professionals will be on hand, sharing their valuable knowledge to bring your ideas to life or inspire you with new ones.
Join Icon Solar and Copper & Kings for a special happy hour, Green & Gold, from 4-6 pm on January 11. Afterwards, Copper & Kings will give attendees a special sustainability tour! Icon Solar will be on hand after in case you have more questions.
In this public event, learn more about how you can go green with solar (and save some money in the process). We’ll have one of our expert senior solar consultants onsite with our marketing team, in case you want a quote. So bring your most recent electric bill and your thirst with a special concoction made specifically for Icon Solar!
Attendees will be eligible for a Copper & Kings giftcard giveaway!
The public happy hour, sponsored by Icon Solar, will be held in ALEX&NDER, located on Copper & Kings’ third floor, with a special view of the distillery’s solar array.
2019 NORTHERN KENTUCKY HOME & REMODELING SHOWCASE
January 11th – 13th, 2019
Holiday Inn – 1717 Airport Exchange Blvd, Erlanger, Ky 41018
Homearama is an annual Louisville event that showcases custom built new homes at a single site that are fully furnished, decorated, landscaped and feature the latest in building trends, technology and interior design.
The 30 percent solar tax credit does not apply to non-profits, and most grants for non-profits to purchase solar are no longer operating. However, a few remain at the federal, state, and city levels. Some are even offered by your utility company. Here are a few grants for non-profits still in operation.
This year’s Garden Affair will be the perfect event to celebrate Mother’s Day weekend. We will have an amazing lineup of new and returning vendors and lecturers, workshops for children and adults, and a wonderful cocktail party to kickoff the 4 day affair.
Wanda the Wealth Warrior here to help you understand the grid-tied net metering policies that have been enacted and are currently being considered in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.
I’ve lived in Cincinnati for a long time. On a recent trip to California, I saw tons of solar panels. Is that because they’re all a bunch of new-age folks out there? What’s the deal with solar panels? Can they even be used in the Tristate?
Dear California Traveler,
Hope you had a great time! Oh, the sight of so many solar panels makes my heart skip a beat. California has often led the country with pollution-beating alternative energies, and sometimes that leaves the rest of us wondering why.