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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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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Photovoltaic Solar Panel System: The Basics

How do photovoltaic solar panel systems operate and what they can do for your home and energy bill?

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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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How, Exactly, Do Solar Cells Work? (It’s Not Magic.)

You’re enticed by the prospect of boosting your home’s value, saving on heating & cooling costs, and “helping the planet.” But you’re also somewhat confused.

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4 Different Types of Bay Area Solar Panels

Whether you’re a homeowner in Martinez or a business owner shopping for Bay Area solar panels for a new development, here’s the lowdown on 4 panel types.

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Differences Between Using Micro Inverters and String Inverters

As a Bay Area homebuilder, commercial landlord, or homeowner, you’ve been giving a lot of thought to installing a solar solution for your power needs.

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Net-Zero Energy For Your Bay Area Home

As an environmentally-minded San Francisco Bay Area citizen, you’d like to do your part to keep our planet green and sustainable. A new concept called net-zero home design may offer you and your family a powerful, affordable way to do just that.

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Solar Energy on a Cloudy Day

You fear that the weather might impede the efficiency of a prospective solar solution. While it’s true that fog can blunt the amount of irradiance that your panels get, the situation is more complicated than you may realize. Lear the details here.