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Know Your Solar Facts

May 7, 2018

How much do you know about solar energy? Many homeowners want to know that their utility bill will be substantially lowered or even eliminated, while others want to know more about the way solar works and or how it can benefit the environment. Well, for those of you who love to gather fun facts and...

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How Does Solar Work?

May 2, 2018

Did you know that solar energy is the fastest growing source of power?   Did you also know that it is environmentally friendly in that solar energy is both renewable and clean?   With that said, do you really know how solar works? Though these facts are true, it’s difficult for homeowners to realize how...

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Earth Day 2018 – The Solar Contribution

April 19, 2018

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22 this year. How are you going to contribute to the world’s largest environmental movement? Will you do your part to reduce, reuse, and/or recycle plastic at work, home, or school in order to end the growing plastic pollution in our oceans and landfills? Or maybe you will choose to...

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Is My Home A Good Candidate For Solar?

April 12, 2018

Are you one of the hundreds of Massachusetts homeowners considering going solar this year? You may have seen solar panels on neighboring homes and wondered if your home is also suitable for solar panels. Would this move to solar save you money on your utility bills and what would it take to install a solar...

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10 Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

April 5, 2018

Last month, the world celebrated Earth Day, in which a billion people globally committed to taking actions to improve our environment. Here at SunPower by BlueSel, every day is Earth Day as we try to make positive impacts in New England. As a company, we pride ourselves not only on our reliable and efficient paneling...

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What is a Carbon Footprint?

April 4, 2018

The phrase carbon footprint is bandied about often in our world in respect to the environment and fossil fuels. In fact, the phrase is often grossly overused and misunderstood to the point that many people don’t actually know what it means and how they impact it on a daily basis. So, let’s take a look...