The Inner Workings of Solar Power

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Solar energy technology is gaining momentum all around the world as more and more countries are switching to this clean and renewable source of energy for fulfilling their primary needs. With rapid improvements in manufacturing quality and technical efficiencies, many homeowners and businessmen have opted solar technology as a viable alternative solution. Moreover, the decline… [Read More]

Advancements in Solar Technology

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Solar technologies have evolved a lot since they were first introduced in the 1960s. Every other day, there is a new technological development in solar technology which overall contributes to the growth of the industry. In 2018, there has been constant innovation and rapid advancement in solar panel technology, wearable solar, energy storage, and design… [Read More]

Why Go Solar?

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In today’s world, a large number of homeowners are choosing to install solar panels on their homes to cut down their energy costs. By choosing solar power on your roof, you can save on monthly utilities and become less dependent on the power grid. Indeed, solar power is a tremendous sustainable green energy source which… [Read More]

10 Myths About Going Solar

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Despite the overwhelming growth of residential solar installations, many myths remain about solar power. Here are the top 10 solar power myths — and the facts that refute these myths. Myth: Solar panels do not work well in cold climates. Fact: Most solar panels actually work best in cold, sunny conditions. Conductivity increases in cold temperatures, making… [Read More]

PG&E customers would pay some Wine Country fire costs under bond proposal

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//www.sfchronicle.com/business/amp/PG-E-customers-would-pay-some-Wine-Country-fire-13058808.php In this article about the bond proposal idea: Worth noting- PG&E has liability coverage of around $840M and the NorCal fire damages report $15B and PG&E has already announced it would take a hit of $2.5B against earnings. Also, Cal Fire has found evidence that PG&E may have broken state safety laws. State investigators… [Read More]

Tesla moves to close facilities in 9 states

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Tesla’s spokesperson further pointed to further comments in its recent shareholder letter to give further context for its future sales opportunities, which said: “We also deployed 76 MW of solar energy generation systems in Q1. Cash and loan system sales made up 66% of residential deployments in the quarter, up from 31% in Q1 2017… [Read More]