While fossil fuels are finite in their collection and usage, solar power is not finite. Instead, solar panels help to collect the power from the sun as a renewable clean energy source. Solar power systems installed on residences and commercial systems help to minimize our carbon footprint because solar panels help collect clean green renewable energy.Read More
A solar panel installation can save Southern California homeowners thousands of dollars per year in electricity costs and over time, can actually make them money from the accumulation of solar power and the eventual sale back to the electric company.Read More
It sounds silly, but you have to wonder if solar panels produce renewable solar energy, then what happens at night? The truth is that with solar panels, homeowners are able to benefit from energy stored and produced during the day and turned into solar-powered energy.Read More
Did you know that installing a home solar system is an economic decision that can potentially improve your family’s financial position?
Home solar not only can reduce or eliminate your electric bill, adding a photovoltaic (PV) solar system to a house is almost always a good real estate investment and may contribute to increasing home values by 3 to 4 percent.
Much like our business, SunPower has been in business for a long time- for over 30 years in fact. Many solar panel companies do not remain in business after a few years, but SunPower continues strong as a solar panel manufacturer. Solar panels are meant to function for years. It’s important to install a solar panel that’s parts and components are readily available for maintenance.Read More
When your house or business is net-metered, you’ll see the meter run backward, and that means, depending upon local policies, you may get a credit to hedge against the electricity you use from the grid when it’s not sunny or at nighttime. You are then billed only for your “net” energy use.Read More
With every part designed to work seamlessly together to generate the most possible power, the 208.8-kilowatt system at Mid Summer Farms would meet the farm’s electricity needs using just 1.26 acres of land — 40 percent less land than with a conventional solar system.Read More