Category: Solar Production

Become Energy Independent in 90 Days or Less.

Become Energy Independent in 90 Days or Less: Discussing the Solar Project Timeline.   So you’re thinking about going solar. You’re making a responsible decision and a smart investment into your future savings. Though you may ask yourself, what’s involved in the solar process? We’re breaking down the solar project timeline,

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The Best 5 Seasonal Solar Maintenance Tips

The changing of the seasons means a lot of things for families when it comes to home maintenance: preparing the house for holiday guests, raking leaves, cleaning out rain gutters, and stocking up on winter supplies. But for solar customers, it should mean a few extra things be added to your checklist in order to

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Power Your Electric Car with Solar

Interested in a renewable upgrade for both your home and vehicle? In this week’s article, we list the top things to plan for when investing solar and electric car combo. Many homeowners do not have the money to afford both solar and a new car at the same time. Though, there is a way

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Is My Solar Production Being Wasted When I’m Not at Home?

Your Production Won’t Lose Value People often approach us with the question, “I work during the day, and I’m at home at night. What happens to the energy my system produces if I’m not at home?” Here’s our answer: You’re never going to lose the value of the power your

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California’s “Super-User” Surcharge

Chris’ Solar Tips: Super-User Surcharge Written by Meghan Woods, Marketing Manager & Content Creator   What’s Coming Every 6-12 months energy rates are slightly increased at our utility company’s discretion. This “super-user” charge is something entirely different; it is a big deal. A new state-mandated surcharge is in effect

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Solar Production Factors

Factors Negatively Affecting Your Production Written by Meghan Woods, Marketing Manager & Content Creator     Shading Shade is definitely an issue for solar panels. Your system’s production relies on the energy it gets from the sun’s rays. Anything obstructing its direct contact with the sun will cause it to be less

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