Part of a solar PV panel installation involves setting up a monitoring system that you can use either from a stationary unit or through an app on a computer or smart device. Your installer will cover solar monitoring in-depth with you so you can track your system’s performance.Read More
When making the move to solar power, homeowners naturally want to know how to get the highest performance possible from their investment. This guide will tell you how to do just that. Your solar installer has taken into consideration various factors when calculating your estimated solar energy production, but if you’re looking to get a little bit more out of your system here a few things you might consider.Read More
Solar panels are made to be essentially maintenance-free, which is one more of the many benefits you’ll enjoy when you switch to solar. Most homeowners find that periodic rain eliminates the need for regular cleaning of any kind. However, here’s a few helpful tips on keeping solar panels clean for those looking to go above and beyond.Read More
Equipping your home with solar power is a serious investment—and one that pays off handsomely. But if you don’t know the true cost of solar, you’re probably thinking about powering a home with solar only in terms of the financial outlay in having the system installed.Read More
You’ve done some research and decided that a solar PV system would be a wise choice for your home and that buying would be better than leasing. Assuming you’re not planning to purchase the system outright with cash, now is a good time to consider your financing options. Here are some guidelines.Read More
Anyone who’s looked into solar energy likely has run across the term net metering. This term describes a billing mechanism that allows you to store/bank unused solar energy on the local power grid and later reclaim its value in the form of “free” energy when needed.Read More
Electricity is big business, so it makes sense that there are some things about solar energy
that electric companies don’t want consumers to know.
Did you know that many solar experts say the average solar system pays for itself in eight to ten years? You may wonder if that’s possible if you haven’t looked at the key factors in calculating the return on your solar investment.Read More
Equipping your home with solar power is a serious investment—and one that pays off handsomely. But if you don’t know the true cost of solar, you’re probably thinking about
powering a home with solar only in terms of the financial outlay in having the system installed.
In this eBook, we’re going to show you how your initial investment, whatever it may be, starts getting paid back the minute your panels are up and running.