Energy Saving Tips For The Summer Months Ahead

With Summer vastly approaching, now is a better time then ever to the time to consider installing a new solar system for the home. Harnessing the power of the sun, is like powering 2,880 TRILLION light bulbs! All you need is small fraction of that to power your home. Installing solar will not only reduce […]


1 million solar energy systems are now turned on in the US! On May 3, 2016, the millionth solar system was installed in the United States. That’s enough electricity to power the state of Pennsylvania, according to a report from the George Washington Solar Institute. It took more than 40 years to reach this milestone, […]

Carbon Neutral Party Planning This Summer

Hosting a Carbon Neutral Event It’s the season for weddings, graduation parties, holiday weekends and barbecues. While getting together with friends and family is something to celebrate, events like these can have a big impact on the environment; travelers from out of town, waste and garbage produced, not to mention, energy and water. Hosting a […]

Seize Every Sunray

With Spring in full bloom and Summer being right around the corner, now is the time to bask in the beautiful weather and sunny days ahead. Educating yourself on the biggest star in our galaxy, and how much power we can harness from the sun, might make you see things in a different “light.” The […]

Debunking Myths About Solar

Debunking Myths About Solar Homeowners are starting to see a trend with solar. Even though it’s been around since the 1960’s as a way to harness the sun and generate power, there are still many questions and myths about the technology, and it’s capabilities. You may have heard some of these myths, and it may […]

Green Energy Generators and How It’s Stored

There are several ways energy is produced. The most common are gas, oil and coal. With the growing concern of depleting these non-renewable energy sources, many people are always looking into greener ways to produce energy. There are a couple types of green power generators, known as wind and solar that can provide energy solutions […]

Spring Cleaning and Money Saving Tips

Spring time is fast approaching, and as we shed our winter coats and trade it in for shorts and spring time dresses, the same goes for our homes. We pull back the curtains, and let the sun shine through, open our windows wide and welcome the cool fresh air. For most homeowners, Spring time is […]

Your Home Carbon Footprint

What is a Carbon Footprint? A carbon footprint is a measure of the impact our activities have on the environment, and in particular climate change. It relates to the amount of greenhouse gases produced in our day-to-day lives through burning fossil fuels for electricity, heating and transportation etc. Many of our daily activities cause some […]

Understanding Net Metering

Many new solar system owners may come across a term called Net Metering, and wonder if it’s available in their neighborhood or business. Net metering allows residential and commercial customers who generate their own electricity from solar power to feed electricity they do not use back into the grid. The meter spins forward when a customer […]

Solar Eclipse of 2016

Yesterday was a significant day for science. As the only solar eclipse of 2016 occurred on March 8 over the countries of Indonesia, the islands of Sumatra, and Borneo. They were lucky to witness the full eclipse, while countries over southern and eastern Asia, northern and western Australia and Hawaii were able to witness a […]