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Solar scams claiming many victims

Solar power is a very popular renewable energy source right now, which has a lot of people eagerly wanting to install solar projects at their homes. 

While it is certainly an alternative option that provides clean energy, there are companies who are using the situation to scam unsuspecting people.

 

We at Inland Power welcome a variety of clean energy options, however we don't believe you should pay outlandish prices for empty promises. 

If you are considering solar, we want to make sure you have well rounded, accurate information before making a big commitment like solar.

Click here to learn more about solar scams and how to steer clear of them.

You can also see the most commonly-used myths by clicking here

It's always important to know the facts before signing any contracts. If you are considering a solar option, contact our conservation at (509) 789-1801 to make sure it is the best fit for you. 

SOLAR INCENTIVES & REBATES

If you have questions about system certification or incentive payments, please visit the WSU Energy Program's website, or contact the Washington State Energy Program team at solarprogram@energy.wsu.edu | 360-956-2200 or 888-363-7289 (toll-free).

PRODUCTION INCENTIVE PROGRAM CLOSED TO NEW APPLICANTS.
 

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