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“Solar can look good” is the message that United Solar wants to bring home to potential solar power adopters. The company was present at Solar Power International in Los Angeles (October 12-14) showing the PowerShingle, which it says “removes the Read more…


The biggest deterrent for retail consumers to install solar panels on their rooftops is the upfront cost, which may vary depending on the country and state incentives. The cost of repair is on the owner of the panels (most panels Read more…


AT&T is bulking up its latest corporate sustainability plan.

A 296-kilowatt solar power system has officially been activated in San Diego, and it’s just the first of six company sites around California scheduled for solar installation. The goal is 2 megawatts of clean solar electricity. The Trade Street site in San Diego will produce an estimated […]


When if comes to reading a solar quote for most people it is a daunting task. To make things even more difficult, installers are not providing comparable information on their quotes and in some cases are neglecting to include vital information. If we could arrive at an industry standard solar quotes it would make comparing quotes that much easier and go along way to reducing homeowners’ confusion around solar.


How can companies like SunRun, Sungevity, and SolarCity provide a zero down or $1000 down solar lease while charging less per month than a utility company? Sound too good to be true? It’s not. Here’s a high level overview of Read more…


“PPAs and leases make operational power costs predictable . . . the customer gets affordable electricity, typically below the retail electricity rate, for the life of the contract.”

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