To avoid supply chain problems later in the year, anyone who plans to install solar panels by 2022 should immediately get started.
The solar industry has been coming to terms with the reality that the supply chain is not improving. By the end of this year, there will be shortages of raw materials and labor.
ESD Solar has planned to make sure that all of our installation plans are completed on time. We recommend that potential customers get started as soon as possible!
You could have your solar insulation delayed or even canceled if you wait until later in the year. You will miss the 26% federal solar tax credits, which will be reduced to 22% in 2023 if it isn’t started by 2022.
How Will Solar Supply Chain Issues Affect Builders?
These issues can cause shortages later in the year. We have a good stock of components and equipment, but this stock may run out as there are not enough US imports. The same applies to everyone in the industry.
A solar installation might be the right choice for you.
- Projects canceled
- Projects delayed
- Price increases
Solar Buyers – How Can Solar Buyers Get Away From Solar Shortage Issues
These are the worst outcomes for solar panel buyers. These are our top tips:
- Choose only a reputable company like ESD Solar that maintains its prices.
- Sign up for a solar installation NOW.
- Be the first to get in line.
This post was written by Daniel Massaad, owner and expert solar technician at Energy Solutions Direct! ESD is the top choice for solar panels in Clearwater! Our licensed and certified contractors are masters of their craft; with years of experience servicing the great Tampa Bay area and beyond, the choice is simple. ESD excels at offering you the best in solar value!