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10 Top Solar Stories in 2022 from All Energy Solar

It’s the end of 2022 and almost the beginning of 2023, a time we like to reflect on the year behind us. Let’s take a look back at what’s happened and what we’ve been talking about over the last 12 months. We’ve put together our top ten most popular solar power blog posts for the year, as well as some other highlights worth your consideration.

Top 10 solar energy blog posts - All Energy Solar

1. Spring Solar Webinar Series: The Home Improvement That Pays for Itself. Actually, all of our seasonal webinar series made the top ten, but it felt best to consolidate them into one, and the Spring webinar held the top spot! Our Winter webinar was about making 2022 your greenest, the Summer webinar was about solar with batteries, and our Autumn webinar was about the Inflation Reduction Act. Check out this link next year for even more topics to come:

2. How Long Do Solar Panels Last? Solar panels are incredibly durable, have no moving parts, and generally require little to no maintenance, helping them to have a long lifespan.

3. Do You Live In One of the Minnesota Cities That Offer a Program for Solar? There are a number of cities within the state that have their own solar credits and rebates, on top of state, federal, and utility-provided solar inventives.

4. Considering Installing Solar? Why Including a Battery Backup is a Good Idea. Property owners are installing solar panels and battery back-up systems in record numbers and for good reason.

5. What Does the Inflation Reduction Act Have to Do With Solar Incentives? Also known as the IRA, this legistlation might be one of the most significant events in recent years for the future of solar energy in America.

6. Five Tips for Maximizing Your Solar Panel Performance. Maximize your solar energy production and reduce your consumption to get the most out of your system with these tips.

7. Can I Add An EV Charging Station To My Existing Solar PV System? If you’re one of the many people who have already made the move to solar and now would like to add an EV charging station, here’s what you should know.

8. Infographic: The History of Solar Panels. Did you know the first patent for solar was filed in 1888? Explore our infographic to find out more about the changes and advances in solar over time.

9. Your Solar Is Installed, Now What? You made the move to solar. “What’s next?” is a relatively common question, and the answer is relatively simple.

10. What Tax Incentives Are Available To You For Your Solar Installation? This blog post was published before the IRA was passed and therefore is outdated, but after reading about the IRA and then seeing in this post how federal solar incentives were expected to drop, it really gives you some perspective on how things have changed for solar in 2022!

That’s it, that’s our list for 2022! If you’r curious, you can also take a look back at our ten top blog posts for 2021 and our top five list for 2020. We look forward to sharing more great information and helping bring the power of the sun to more homes and businesses next year! We hope you have a peaceful and prosperous 2022!

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