If you live in North Carolina and are thinking about investing in rooftop solar, you are in the right place! In 2016, your state ranked number two for total solar capacity (behind California) by the Solar Energy Industries Association. What’s more, it also ranks in the top ten states for solar jobs. You’ve got a lot of North Carolina solar companies to pick from, so we’ve made a list of the best installers to make your job easier.
Today, let’s take a look at Amergy Solar reviews from actual customer to see if their service is up to par and whether you should work with this Northeastern installer.
Amergy Solar is a solar installer based out of Metuchen, New Jersey, that works across the Northeast, including New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, and California (admittedly not in the Northeast, but that’s what Amergy claims!) They install both residential and commercial systems, as well as government and non-profit projects.
Unlike some installers (most notably the national installer Sunrun), Amergy Solar does not use 3rd party sales or installation companies. Instead, they sell, design, and install all systems in-house. While this isn’t necessarily good or bad, it certainly simplifies the communication process during your project, as multiple companies aren’t involved.Continue reading
Today, we’re going to take a look at Haleakala Solar reviews to learn what real customers say about working with the company. One of the leading solar installers in Hawaii, Haleakala was founded in 1977 as a solar water heater installer — making them one of the older solar companies in the entire US.
With solar so ubiquitous in Hawaii (3rd most solar per capita when compared to other states), if you live in the area then you’ve probably already heard of Haleakala. If not, that’s okay — we’ll catch you up!Continue reading
If you’re thinking of going solar, powering small household items — particularly your lights — can be a great first step. Lights are an indispensable tool we use daily, and can easily be powered by the sun. You don’t even need to hire a company to install panels on your roof to do it!
Today, we’ll figure out what exactly are indoor solar lights, their pros and cons, and then offer you a range of bestsellers to get you started.
Brooklyn start-up company LO3 Energy has teamed up with industrial giant Siemens to offer Brooklyn residents a local option on their energy menu. It’s called the Brooklyn Microgrid, and it offers solar energy sent directly from the solar panel of your neighbor’s rooftop installation to your home. You can now sell solar power to your neighbors!
It can be a long and potentially overwhelming process to do all of the research necessary to go solar. These days, there are a wealth of installer options available if you want to go for a leased solar option. Today, we will sift through the sea of Sunnova reviews from a variety of different sources to see how they compare to the other players in the industry.Continue reading
Do you want to power your home using renewable energy, but can’t install rooftop solar? Perhaps you have a shaded roof, live in a condo, or are not a property owner, but want your electricity fossil-fuel free. In many locations, there is a great solution – community solar, or “rooftop solar, without the rooftops.”
Community solar – also called a community solar project, solar garden, or shared renewable energy plant – describes solar energy used by multiple households sourced by a shared solar plant. Community solar projects exist in half of US states, so it may be in your area. If not, just keep an eye out – according to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the community solar market should continue to boom; more community solar was installed in one-quarter of 2016 than the entire year of 2015.
A solar Power Purchase Agreement, or PPA, is one option to use when installing solar panels on your home, and one of two third-party financing options available from solar PPA providers.
If you’re reading this and looking for a PPA provider, hopefully you have already read our primer on what a solar PPA is and explored the benefits and disadvantages of using a PPA. You should also take a look at DSIRE’s map of states that allow PPAs and familiarize yourself with your local utility and municipality policies.
You’re here. And because you’re here looking at Solar Panels ROI, you must be one of three types of people:
a) You’re pondering going solar, and you want to see just how good the ROI is.
b) You’ve already gone solar, and have now realized that knowing the ROI would perhaps be a good idea.
c) You’re hopelessly lost and are actually looking for an informative piece about fire-breathing amphibians.
If you’re considering going solar and you live in or around Flagstaff, Arizona, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you are wondering about your local utility’s policy, installation costs, or financing, keep reading. We have the answers to all Flagstaff solar installations below!
This post has been developed especially about solar in Flagstaff, AZ, for residents that are served by the electric utility Arizona Public Service (APS). If that doesn’t apply to you, you can still check out the Arizona solar energy state page to learn more about solar in your state.
If you’re looking for a simple yes or no as to whether you should install solar in the Flagstaff area, the answer is definitely ‘yes’, similar to the rest of the state. The sunny weather, cost of electricity, and relatively solar-friendly policies make it no surprise that Arizona has the third-highest installed solar capacity of any state in the US. Read on to find out more!