Solar Energy Company, Green Home Systems, “thrilled” by Senator Ossoff’s new legislation to boost solar manufacturing


SenatorThe recent introduction by OssoffAmerica’s solar power manufacturing act has delighted solar companies across the country.

LOS ANGELES, November 2, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Senator Ossoff’s recent introduction of the Solar Power Manufacturing Act for America has thrilled solar companies nationwide. The legislation is co-sponsored by three other senators; Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Reverend Raphael Warnock (D-GA) and Michel bennet (D-CO).

Green Home Systems recently expressed their enthusiasm with the Managing Director of GHS Robbie hebert stating, “This is a victory not only for the solar industry, but also for solar energy consumers, the economy and, most importantly, the future of the environment. Solar power is definitely the future, and we’re excited that some of our country’s leaders are making leaps and bounds in a green direction. “

What is the Solar Power Manufacturing Act for America?

According to Senator Ossoff’s website, “The Solar Power Manufacturing Act for America would provide tax credits to U.S. manufacturers at every step of the solar power manufacturing supply chain, from production of polysilicon to solar cells to fully assembled solar modules ”.

Some analysts, especially the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), expect this legislation to stimulate the economy by creating tens of thousands of jobs in the United States.

This tax credit will work alongside existing solar incentives to help accelerate solar production in the United States, moving us further away from from China stronghold on the industry.

Senator Ossoff said, “I am working to stimulate American solar manufacturing and accelerate the transition to clean energy … This bill will create tens of thousands of jobs in the United States, will support the energy independence and accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. . “

While the legislation on the whole would prove positive for Georgia, there are possible obstacles that make the legislation a success if it is not resolved. Obstacles like HOA rules could hinder some Georgia residents to be able to install solar panels. Many HOAs in Georgia continue to ban solar panels regardless of guidelines put in place to prevent this from happening, such as the Solar Open Market Financing Act of 2015. For the legislation to be successful, Ossoff will need to take a proactive and tackle the challenge of the head of HOA. -to.

The incentive, if passed, will be available until 2028 and will take two years to take full effect.

What does this mean for Green Home Systems?

SGH, as well as solar companies across the country will be able to prosper from this incentive by hiring more American workers and withdrawing more from China.

GHS has a long history of using products made in the USA, including the panels and inverters themselves. They were the only solar company to stand in Washington DC and securing solar tariffs to help boost American solar companies and move the United States away from our dependence on products made in China. As GHS is already a heavily US-based company, they are eager to see more companies follow suit.

“What’s good for American Solar is good for us,” says Robbie hebert. “We are delighted to see innovative political leaders taking a stand for the US solar industry, and we look forward to the solar boom this will create in our country. Hopefully senators from other states take note.”

Media contact

Jennifer wesley, Green Home Systems, (888) 721-7374,

Robbie hebert, Green Home Systems, (888) 721-7374,


SOURCE Green Home Systems


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