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Farms going solar are a growing trend in Illinois. Knowledge of incentives and project financing is critical to helping farm owners maximize their savings.

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What is a Solar Group Purchasing Program?

Going solar for your home has great benefits – from stimulating your local economy, to providing a cleaner environment to …

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What is the Future of the Federal Solar Tax Credit Incentive?

You might have heard that the 30% Federal Tax Investment Credit is stepping down to 26% in 2020. What you …

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Inaugural Grow Solar St. Louis Selects StraightUp Solar

The midwest is a hot bed of solar activity, thanks to the efforts of the Midwest Renewable Energy Association. This …

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Announcing Power Up St. Louis Earth Day!

StraightUp Solar and St. Louis Earth Day are coming together to make St. Louis a cleaner and greener place to …

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StraightUp Solar Recognized as a Top Solar Contractor

StraightUp Solar is honored to be named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power …

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Solar Incentives Shining Brightly in Missouri and Illinois

ILLINOIS  Homeowners and businesses can reduce their system cost by 20% with Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECS). These cash payments are …

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Hurry: Highest Value SRECs Expire Dec

In June of this year, StraightUp Solar acquired a number of SREC contract reservations for future solar energy projects – to be …

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Why Are My Inverters And Solar PV Array Not The Same Size?

A common question in solar is “Why are you installing a 260 watt solar module on a 215 watt microinverter?” …

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Northwest R-I School District

“The Northwest School District began a partnership with StraightUp Solar several years ago when we began investigating the possibility of …

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February 2015: Meramec Valley School District installs at 7 locations

StraightUp Solar installed 600 solar panels at 7 Meramec Valley Schools. Cheers to MVSD for creating clean power, saving money, …

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