Do I need back-up battery storage for my solar? The solar industry has evolved a lot in the last few years. Technology has improved the efficiency of solar panels, lenders have made solar more economically… Read More »Do I Need Back-up Battery Storage For My Solar?
Solar Changes for 2022, What to Expect UPDATE: As of Febuary 10th, 2022, NEM 3.0 and the Californnia Solar Tax has been postponed indefinitely. The current solar program, NEM 2.0, will remain for all existing… Read More »Solar Rate Changes for 2022, What to Expect
Should I use a battery or Generator for home back-up? Everyone knows how great solar energy is. But, do you know that if your power is out your solar will not produce electricity for you?… Read More »Should I use a battery or Generator for home back-up?
So you are finally ready to pull the trigger on solar. You have done your due diligence, and gathered quotes from different solar installers. That is great.
Why Installing Solar Is A Good Idea During Coronavirus While the world is on hold for the Coronavirus, electricity is being used. Residential electricity bills have increased. With most people working from home and schools… Read More »Why Installing Solar Is A Good Idea During Coronavirus
Some homes and properties are covered in trees. It is true, shade is the enemy of solar. However, with fire concerns and bark beetle tree damage, most properties are being cleaned up with defensible space.
Everyone has seen the ads online or on Facebook. They usually say something along the lines of “The government will put solar on your house for FREE!” This definitely grabs one’s attention, and may even entice you to click on the ad.
Solar is all the rage right now in California, and for good reason. California has 270 days of sunshine on average per year. It is also at a great solar azimuth angle (google it) to take advantage of all the sunny days.