Solar Utopia will convert Texas into the first renewable energy state

Solar Utopia is now targeting small rural locations and helping them convert into solar utopia's, Utopia, TX. Mustang, TX. and Waxahachie, TX. are the next cities they will convert.
DALLAS - Feb. 9, 2020 - PRLog -- Texas can be completely solar powered by 2022. Solar Utopia, a Dallas solar energy company, has dedicated itself to achieving this goal. With all of Texas' homes and businesses using solar power, Texas will be a leader in renewable energy. The future is bright, with future Texans enjoying low cost, clean, alternative energy. Solar Utopia and its partners are making that future start now.

Daniel Pettit, one of the founders of the company, aims to show potential adopters of solar power it is affordable, convenient, and available to all homes and businesses who are serious about using it. He wants people to know they don't have to wait for the future but should act now. Also, the federal government is providing incentives for solar until 2023.

He says, "If we don't take care of this now, our kids will have to." He also aims to dispel the myth solar power systems are too expensive for middle class families. When all the prices and savings are totaled together, the monthly price of the system is still lower than expensive energy bills, especially in high usage states like Texas. Solar power installations also raise property values by 4% on average. Learn more about this in their official website

To help the company achieve its goal of spreading solar power around Texas, the company has formed partnerships with prominent solar energy providers. Having a good network of providers is necessary to achieve the goal, so partnerships have been formed with EDDS and Southern Solar in Dallas, Solarkal in New York, and a prominent provider in Houston.

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