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Solar Energy Systems 101

October 9, 2018

Are you new to the idea of “Going Solar?” There is a lot of information out there. It is easy to get overwhelmed with whether your house is a good candidate for solar, how installment works, and the data on savings. In today’s blog, we will look at the basics of solar energy to help...

Solar Industry Growth

October 2, 2018

In recent blogs, we have discussed the dropping prices of solar energy systems, the upswing in all renewable energy sources, and the positive impact solar energy recently has made in areas touched by natural disasters. All of these promising reports have an impact on the solar industry. The impact is a steady and persistent growth....

Remarkable Renewable Energy Trends and Stats

September 18, 2018

According to the National Resources Defense Council, renewable energy comes from natural sources that are constantly and sustainably replenished. These energy sources include: wind, geothermal, hydropower, biomass, biogas and, our favorite, solar! In global (and more personal) attempts to reduce our carbon footprint, limit the rate of climate change, and reduce our impact on the...

Why 2018 is the Year to Go Solar

September 11, 2018

The year may be more than halfway over, but there is still time to get in on the savings by installing a solar energy system for your home. Maybe you have been thinking about going solar since your neighbor showed you his utility bill at zero, or maybe you watched the most recent report on...

Dropping Prices of Solar

September 9, 2018

Solar energy panels were once an item that only the more affluent families or businesses could afford. It was rare to see solar energy panels on your neighbor’s roof or even in your community. In fact, the solar industry was once considered a fad. Those days are long over. The reports are in on the...

Striving for Zero Waste

September 4, 2018

Is your community striving toward the goal of zero waste? Many cities, towns, and counties have started initiatives to embrace the lifecycle of products and resources so that they are reused, repurposed, and recycled, thus creating less and less waste. This idea of ditching plastic, going natural, and breaking dependence on fossil fuels is ultimately...