Earth Day Every Day

Earth Day Every Day

49 years ago, the first ever Earth Day was implemented in a global effort to protect the environment. At the time, only around 3.5 billion people populated the earth. Today, more than 7 billion do! unfortunately, this increase in population has also lead to an increase in gas emissions as well. It’s time to be honest with ourselves and begin to realize that our world is in real danger. Each day, the earth suffers a little more from our careless ways and neglect toward the planet.

Springing into Solar

Springing into Solar

With so many home renovation and improvement projects on your list this spring, solar energy should definitely be one of them. Did you know it’s the perfect time of the year to install solar panels on your home or business? With the cold and dreary weather behind us, it’s the best time to consider solar energy. Solar energy comes with some serious benefits and incentives that will be gone at the end of 2019.

Sensible Solar Savings

Sensible Solar Savings

The talk of 2019 is how your business needs to go solar but do you truly know and understand the benefits of doing so? Solar energy for your business is no doubt a great decision. Not only will you provide long lasting and cost-effective energy for years to come, but you’ll also eliminate your electric bill and improve your bottom line instantly. Reducing your carbon footprint and not needing to worry about the constant increase in electric prices could very well be the best business decision you’ve ever made.

Winter Weather Wrinkle

Winter Weather Wrinkle

Did you know that solar panels work even in winter weather? Believe it or not, solar panels do better than you might think in the cold. Low temperatures won’t stop the panels converting available sunlight to power. The one Achilles heel for solar panels is cloudy weather. Although the system can still produce 10 – 25% of their typical output, the amount of production is less than during summer months of direct sunlight. Most solar panel systems are installed at an angle. This is by design so that snow will easily slide off on its own.