Solar Over Louisville is providing these resources so that you may be able to discover a path to solar that will answer your questions and locate other resources. We want to be your link to the multitude of information sources to narrow your research and help you determine how to get solar installed on your property.
The resources listed on these pages are a great start, but a start only, for anyone looking for more information on the world’s most abundant energy source. You’ll find a collection of trade organizations, advocacy organizations, non-profits, tech journals, governmental resources, and more.
Solar energy is good for the economy, creates jobs, reduces carbon emissions, contributes to air quality and better public health, mitigates climate change, adds resilience and security to the utility grid, and is highly affordable today.
The cost of solar installations have declined dramatically in the past half-decade, and combined with federal and state tax incentives and financing options, solar energy is highly affordable today.
Find links to key trade association, government, and nonprofit groups who are advocating for solar and renewable energy.
The first step consumers should consider before installing solar is how they can reduce their energy use through conservation and efficiency.