Pigeons and solar panels are not a good combination

Why pigeons and other critters could damage your solar investment When we finally decide to go solar and make the investment in a system that produces clean energy for our home or business, we don’t really think about pests.  We are thinking about saving money,...

How to pick your solar company

Recently we posted an article in the El Paso Times about this very thing. Why? Because we get calls almost every day from solar customers that went solar with another company and regretted doing so. Complaints and concerns range from systems not properly installed to...

Solaredge Monitoring Application

Helpful Info about how to understand your monitoring application If you have solar, you probably have some kind of system monitoring.  Monitoring helps you watch what your solar energy system is producing on an ongoing basis.  Consumption Monitoring in addition to...

What is Beneficial Electrification?

I promise it is not a fancy term for getting electrocuted “nicely?” Beneficial Electrification is the process of adapting to and supporting a fully electric grid-based energy ecosystem that is powered by clean and sustainable resources such as solar and...

COVID-19 and Your Electric Bill: What’s the connection?

As we spend more time at home, we use more energy We have all been affected by the “shelter in place” orders.  Yes, we are maintaining our social distancing, wearing our masks, staying safe and staying home (for the most part).  We are working from home,...

Environmental Benefits

Solar America Initiative: Energy, Economic, and Environmental Benefits NREL/SR-640-41998 August 2007 Solar America Initiative PV installation goals will result in a wide range of significant benefits: The SAI is expected to produce significant economic benefits over...
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