Pennsylvania Solar Installation

Pennsylvania Solar Facts

Milestone Solar isn’t one of Pennsylvania’s biggest solar installers – and we don’t want to be. By performing dozens of installations a year, not hundreds, there’s no need for high-pressure salesmanship, for rushing jobs or for cutting corners, just to make our numbers.

We’re proud to meet or exceed Pennsylvania’s licensing standards, and to have earned the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners’ PV [photovoltaic] Technical Sales Certification and their PV Installation Professional Certification. (Only 93 solar professionals nationwide have earned both.)

And to make sure sure your solar array goes in on time and on budget, that it performs as promised, and that it gives you decades of trouble-free, dependable, money-saving service.

Pennsylvania’s got plenty of sunlight for you to take advantage of.

Even when it’s cloudy, a Milestone Solar system generates electricity and saves you money.

CITY SUNNY DAYS PER YEAR PARTLY SUNNY DAYS PER YEAR TOTAL AVERAGE ANNUAL HOURS OF SUNLIGHT
Allentown 94 110 204  
Erie 63 97 160  
Harrisburg 87 109 196 2614
Philadelphia 93 112 205 2948
Pittsburgh 59 103 162 2021
Wilkes-Barre & Scranton 70 106 176  
Williamsport 67 110 177  

 

Solar Savings in Pennsylvania

 

federal solar tax creditFederal Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit

Your federal tax credit will be 30% of your installation price. You’ll need to include form 5695 with your Federal Tax return. This credit is available until 2016 and can be rolled over.

 

PA solar creditPennsylvania Sunshine Solar Program

This rebate is only available through state approved contractors. Milestone Solar is a Pennsylvania approved solar energy installer. Your installer will complete and submit the rebate paperwork for you. Your rebate will be $750 per kilowatt your system can generate, up to $7500 or 35% of the installation cost.

save with solar energy

 

Most Milestone Solar customers report that their electric bills are about half what they used to be.

 


What to do during a power outage

  • Check your breakers and fuses.
  • Check to see if your neighbors have lights.
  • Report the outage.
Citizens’ Electric Company 570-524-2231
Duquesne Light 888-393-7000
Met-Ed,PEPCO, Penelec, Penn Power, Wellsboro Electric Company, West Penn Power 888-LIGHTSS (544-4877)
Pike County Light & Power 877-434-4100
PPL 800-DIAL-PPL (342-5775)
UGI 800-276-2722
  • Stay calm and stick together
  • Turn off any electric ovens, ranges or space heaters you may have been using.
  • Unplug sensitive home electronics that surges can damage when the power returns.
  • Stay clear of downed power lines or electrical equipment where there’s standing water.
  • Prevent possible fires by using flashlights instead of candles.
  • Don’t use gas ovens or ranges to heat your home.
  • In winter, keep your home as warm as possible by closing off unused rooms and not opening any doors unless you need to.
  • Keep your refrigerator and freezer cold by keeping them closed.
  • Protect your family from exhaust fumes by never, ever, running a generator inside your home, basement or any other indoor space.

What to do before a power outage

Why not call 866-688-4274 or click here to learn how a Milestone Solar system with a sealed, maintenance-free battery backup can power your essential appliances during a blackout, day or night.

You’ll get straight facts and honest answers (never salesmanship and hype) about whether solar is right for your home or business.