Solar Panels – Buying vs. Leasing

Once upon a time solar panels were considered an unaffordable way to save energy; however, today that is no longer the case. The cost for solar panels has dropped that the price for owning or at least leasing the environment-friendly electric-generator makes more sense for homeowners. Currently in the U.S., there are more than 600,000 homes […]

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4 Ways You Can Save Money With Solar

There is no denying that in the last decade there has been a higher demand for environmentally sustainable energy solutions with a high emphasis on Solar panels. It seems that with every passing day more businesses, schools, and homeowners, are becoming increasingly energy conscious, and fro a good reason. We all know that making the move […]

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Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit

Back in 2008, the EPA and the Department of Energy decided to offer 30% tax credits for solar-powered systems to encourage Americans to use solar power. From an economic stand point, if you are a homeowner installing solar panels at your home might be a money saving solution worth considering. Solar tax credits were enacted […]

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Solar tax credit is renewed

In recent months, the debate was up on whether or not to end the solar tax credit or to continue it. Utility companies, like Southern California Edison and the Department of Water and Power faced decline in profitability as a result of solar panel’s increasing popularity. As the rivalry brewed between utility companies and solar […]

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LADWP increases rates yet again, solar users continue to save

A severe drought in the state of California over the past couple of years has caused many conscious citizens to cut back significantly on their water use due to fines for excessive water usage and environmental consciousness. Though these measures taken by Los Angeles improve the condition of the state’s drought, LADWP is clearly unhappy […]

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Public utilities in California back lash against solar panel companies

Transitioning from the old way of doing things to the new way proves difficult when opposing parties having opposing interests. When the government is involved, situations can grow even more stressful. Recently, public utilities in California back lash against solar panel companies. Under the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC or PUC), “a regulatory agency that […]

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Homes with $0 Energy Bills

Think you have to sacrifice a stylish home in exchange for a low energy bill? Think again. These stylish homes cost nearly $0 to operate. With the help of solar, not only is having a home with a low energy is possible, but it can also be very aesthetically pleasant. Solar panels serve as an […]

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Flexible Solar Panels May Be the Wave of the Future

Flexible Solar Panels May Be the Wave of the Future The art of paper cutting, or Kirigami, is an extremely skilled ancient Japanese art form the creates beautiful pieces with just paper and a cutter. Artists transcend two-dimensional space to create flawless images, sometimes thinking about their piece backwards, from finish to start, in order […]

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We’re Experiencing the Lowest Prices for Solar Right Now

2015 has been the best year so far for installing solar into your home for many reasons. We’re experiencing the lowest prices for solar right now. Lowest prices for solar, federal tax credit incentives before 2016 For one, homeowners are still able to claim to federal tax credit that is soon to expire in December […]

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Saving Money with Solar Panels

It’s hard to find precise data about how much you can save with a solar installation. Sure, everyone says “Yeah, you can save money with solar panels! Switch to solar. It’s worth it.” But do people actually know the numbers to behind saving money with solar panels? Finding these stats isn’t easy on the internet, […]

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4 Simple Benefits of Solar Energy

Are you thinking about going solar? You are not alone in this movement, as many others in the world are embracing solar energy. Solar energy is good for the environment and saves you money. Using solar energy to power your home or workplace has many benefits, including economic, personal, and environmental. The following 4 simple […]

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DWP Overcharges Customers With “Secret” Formula

DWP Overcharges Customers With “Secret” Formula NBC4 I-Team discovers customers have had their utility bills inflated By Joel Grover and  Matt Schrader Nathan Wells suspected LA DWP was overcharging him, but he had no idea just how much until he started closely tracking his power use. Wells, a mathematician, says he quickly discovered that the Department of Water […]

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