The Certasun Blog

Thank You!

Thank You!

As we kick-off Certasun’s fifth year serving our neighbors, I wanted to take a moment to express my deep appreciation to all our customers. 

What’s in the Illinois Energy Transition Act?

What’s in the Illinois Energy Transition Act?

On Monday, September 13, the Illinois Senate is poised to pass the Energy Transition Act. Governor J.B. Pritzker has said he will sign it as soon as possible after it passes. So what is in Illinois’s energy bill?

Thank You Customers

Thank You Customers

2020 was a challenging year for our country. As we look back over the past 12 months, we’d like to offer a very sincere and heartfelt “thank you” for trusting us to make your 2020 a little bit sunnier.

#1 Illinois Solar Installer in 2020

#1 Illinois Solar Installer in 2020

Certasun is tremendously honored to be named by SolarReviews.com as the #1 Illinois solar installer for 2020. With a score of 4.74 out of 5.00, Certasun earned the top ranking in the state.

Certasun Guide to EV Charging Equipment

Certasun Guide to EV Charging Equipment

If you are considering buying an electric vehicle — or even if you already have one — you may be considering adding some type of home charging equipment. However, the choices are not necessarily straightforward — especially if you aren't an electrician or electrical...

Community Solar vs. Rooftop Solar in Illinois

Community Solar vs. Rooftop Solar in Illinois

If you live in Illinois you have probably received a mailer recently offering "community solar".  Or, perhaps someone knocked on your door selling subscriptions to a community solar farm. You might be wondering about the benefits of community solar vs. rooftop solar...

ComEd Loses Lawsuit; Will Pay Municipal Utility Customers to Go Solar

ComEd Loses Lawsuit; Will Pay Municipal Utility Customers to Go Solar

Under the Illinois Shines program, ComEd is required to buy Solar Renewable Energy Credits ("SRECs") from Illinois homeowners who go solar.  For many homeowners, this means a check worth upwards of $10,000.  But, until this week, it appeared that homeowners served by...