It's the season for gloomy weather, and unfortunately for solar panel owners, that means less sunlight. When winter comes around, solar power production may be reduced by as much as 30%. That may seem like a lot, but don't worry: there are ways to prepare your system for colder temperatures and maintain its output throughout the year.
With solar panels rising in popularity, you may be wondering: What is the best place in your home for solar panel installation?
Congratulations! You’ve jumped onto the Electric Car train, and you’re ready to get started. The problem is finding a place to “charge up.” Below are five reasons to install a Level 2 charging station at your home or property.
At-home charging stations are fairly easy to install, an investment in your quality of life, and a way to save yourself a decent amount of money in the long term.
Panasonic has been pioneering solar power since the green revolution began. Starting with production of high efficiency amorphous cell technology in 1975, no one has spent more time on solar research and development.
All the steps you need to take to install IronRidge Flashing on coposite shingle roofs.
When you install a solar system and connect it to SDG&E’s system, you might think you’re now off the grid but you’re not. Learn how solar works after a system is put in place.
Customers with solar panels should enroll in Southern California Edison's (SCE) Net Energy Metering (NEM) rate option. We’ll deduct the energy you export to the grid at times when generation exceeds on-site demand from your bill, and you may even earn surplus credits.
Stop spending money on Warranty and Maintenance repairs caused by solar pests. Contact your Solar Equipment Distributor to find out how you can get SolaTrim - the ultimate, permanent protection against pigeons, squirrels and debris.
Watch these tips to follow proper procedures when installing the Unirac Solarhooks with Power Arch technology.
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You're paying for kilowatt hours, but what does that mean exactly? And what's the difference between a kilowatt and a kilowatt hour?