Creating Success and Opportunity with Solar Energy

In recent years there has been a significant increase in the use of Solar Energy as a means of generating electricity. The hot debate topic of renewable energy sources has created a significant amount of awareness as to the use of Solar as an energy source. With technological advances allowing […] continue reading

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Top 5 Reasons To Have Solar Panels Installed On Your Home In 2015

Installing solar panels on your home is gaining in popularity as more and more homeowners realize the benefits. Not only will you have the satisfaction that comes with going green, but you can also save some green. Let’s take a closer look at the reasons why you should take the […] continue reading

Boost Your Home’s Resale Price, Install Solar Panels

There exists a handful of factors that drive the price of a home up and down. The price swing is based on the influential role each factor plays. The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory conducted a study based on the effects of photovoltaic (PV) energy systems on home sales prices in […] continue reading

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The New Trend In Solar Energy

The golden state of California ranked first in solar energy output in the United States in 2013, producing 2745.8 MW. It has never been a secret that Californian’s love soaking up the sun. Recently, however, they have been doing so from within the comfort of their own homes.

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Bay Area Home Solar Equipment

Our San Jose home solar team prepared the following quick primer on exciting new solar equipment technology.

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Power Purchase Agreement (PPA): Your Ticket to Pay for Home Solar?

When you sign a PPA with Save A Lot Solar, we provide the solar equipment, installation, and maintenance for your solar system – basically making the experience risk-free for you.

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Why to Hire Professionals for Your Bay Area Solar Installation

It sounds like a simple and fun job; so why shouldn’t you install your own Bay Area solar array? Here are 4 common mistakes DIYers make

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Bay Area Solar Power Special

Right now you can go Solar for under $5,000 with a starter kit from Save A Lot Solar. After receiving your Federal Tax Credit your cost is under $3,500.