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Solar Suitability—What Do You Need For Your Property To Be Suitable For Solar?

Posted on April 11, 2022

If you’re wondering if your home or business is suitable for solar or what steps you need to take to make it suitable, you’ll be pleased to hear that there is very little if any action required for most property owners. But here are some easy steps to take that can help confirm if your property is right for solar. 

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How Technology Is Changing The Solar Industry

Posted on March 24, 2022
Over the last decade, solar technology advancements have primarily focused on designing and developing the actual panels themselves, as the industry sought ways to make panels more efficient, more affordable, and improve their aesthetics to make them more appealing to consumers. However, as solar panels appear to be reaching a bit of a design and performance plateau with the next significant innovations more than a few years away, solar is still seeing a wide range of technological innovations reshaping the industry. But nothing may be more important in the next few years than the advancements in solar energy storage.
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Solar Energy: The Fast Track To Energy Independence

Posted on March 16, 2022
Solar energy has long been talked about as a source of energy independence on a national scale, but did you know that solar energy is also the fast track to personal energy independence?
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Why Every New Home Should Be Outfitted For Solar

Posted on March 14, 2022
In 2020 the state of California passed legislation (known as Title 24) that requires every new home built in the state to be outfitted with solar panels. Title 24 will be updated in 2022 with new legislation requiring all residential homes to be electric-ready, including language and guidance on installing battery storage systems. The first of its kind in the U.S., these requirements have been met by critics and supporters alike, prompting us to explain why we believe every new home should be outfitted for solar, regardless of legislation.
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Working From Home? Solar Might Be Perfect for You

Posted on December 17, 2021
The pandemic emptied out most of America’s offices as workers across the country set up home workstations. Although this looked to be a temporary situation for many, it has become clear that many workers are choosing to continue to work from home, and many businesses are embracing this concept as well. If you’re one of those individuals, you may want to consider adding solar to your home.
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Are Solar Panels Worth It?

Are Solar Panels Worth It?

Posted on August 17, 2021
According to the Energy Information Administration, residential electricity rates have increased nationally by around 15 percent in the last ten years. With this steady increase in the cost of residential electricity, many consumers are wondering, “is making the switch to solar worth it?” The answer to that question depends on several factors, including your property, your local energy rate, what your system will cost to install, and if you qualify for any potential cost savings.
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Solar Batteries: A Buyer’s Guide Snapshot

Posted on July 21, 2021

As consumer concerns over the power grid’s stability, market volatility, and a desire for energy independence rise, solar batteries are growing in popularity. There’s a lot to know before you decide to add a battery system to your solar installation project, but here’s a quick buyer’s guide snapshot that can help get you started.

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Solar Energy—The Patriotic Thing To Do

Posted on July 07, 2021

The solar energy industry is booming across the United States, with record growth in solar production reaching an all-time high in 2020, as more home and business owners are recognizing the financial benefits of going solar. As good as solar is for businesses and individuals, it’s also pretty good for the nation as a whole.

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What Electric Companies Don’t Want You to Know About Solar

Posted on May 17, 2021

Although most electric companies appear to be adopting solar and other renewable energy sources as a part of their overall energy portfolio, there may be a few things they don’t want you (the consumer) to know.

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Energy Grid Reliance: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Posted on May 10, 2021

There’s been a lot of discussion among politicians and the media around the state of our current energy grid. So what is all the chatter really about? Are things really that bad? In this post, we’ll take a quick look at the good, the bad, and the ugly side of our nation’s reliance on our current power grid system.

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