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Solar power is exploding, getting cheaper – we’re here to help

You might be asking yourself what the above image has to do with solar power at all. Pretty colored rocks, right? Well, you’re right, those are pretty colored rocks. They’re actually grains of sand under a high powered microscope. By the w…

Solar Leasing Programs Growing

Solar energy can reduce your carbon footprint and save you lots of money. But installation demands a big chunk of cash that most of us don’t have…

Japanese PM pledges 10 mn solar-powered homes

Japan will have ten million solar-powered homes, Prime Minister Naoto Kan pledged Wednesday, as the country makes a major push in coming years towards renewable energy following its nuclear crisis.

“Japan aims to install…

One Block Off the Grid Expands with Solar Leasing

The group solar buying program, One Block Off the Grid, announced this week that it will begin offering leases for solar panel installations in addition to…

Bring Solar Home

Residential solar panels are becoming more and more popular as our search for alternative energy sources expands. As the gas prices go up, many Americans are starting to realize just how finite our supplies of oil and coal really are. Photovoltaic panels are a great way to begin looking for the answers. No longer are […]

10 Steps to Going Solar

Residential solar is a smart solution for homeowners needing to curb the cost of home energy and a choice that transitions your home to greater energy self-sufficiency. Small to medium sized solar panel arrays installed on your roof or in the yard, can significantly reduce your monthly energy bill. If you live where land allows for […]

Nature’s Greatest Energy Source

General facts Solar Energy is better for the environment than traditional forms of energy. Solar energy has many uses such as electricity production and heating of water through photovoltaic cells and directly for drying clothes. Solar energy can also be used to heat swimming pools, power cars, for attic fans, calculators and other small appliances. […]

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