For homeowners interested in adding photovoltaic (PV) solar panels to their homes or businesses, 2021 has already gotten off to a great start. Just before ringing in the new year,
Just like that, millions of Americans are suddenly working—and teaching—from home. And for many of those newly home-bound families, there's an unexpected expense awaiting in the wings— a higher energy bill .
In 2019, the highest number of total solar installations smashed previous records, leading experts to project another big year for the solar industry in 2020. But we all know what happened
Clouds gather. The sky grows dark. A solar homeowner may naturally wonder: How much energy can my solar system generate during a cloudy day? While of course solar panels need
We are thrilled! In the final days of 2020, the U.S. Congress passed an extension to the 26% Investment Tax Credit. That is big news for Solar, and for you!
If you’re considering a rooftop solar installation, chances are you’ve already done some research about the many benefits of commercial solar power—beyond lower energy costs. But before you can take
Bill 58 was signed into law in late December 2020 after the Honolulu City Council voted unanimously to adopt the ordinance. It is expected to lower the overall cost of
Flashlight batteries and cases of water are selling out, and gas tanks are being filled as worried residents try to picture their lives in the dark for what could potentially
You might not think much about paying your electric bill every month. And if you do, well, that’s just the cost of doing business, right? Not exactly. Take a moment