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Top 5 Reasons Solar Energy is Better for the Environment

Categories: Solar Power

Solar energy is a gift that keeps on giving for people and the environment. No matter how cold or hot it gets outside, as long as the sun is shining, a solar energy system can produce electricity to power your home or business for years to come.

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6 Solar Energy Facts You Didn't Know

Solar energy is an incredible investment for people around the world. Many homeowners across the United States, including those in New Jersey and Florida, are making the decision to go solar. By doing so, they are able to embrace not only the environmental benefits of going green, but they also can take advantage of the financial incentives that accompany this change as well.

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How To Take Advantage of Florida Solar Power Incentives

Categories: Solar Power

Florida is a state with 10,370,275 electricity customers — 9.15 million of which are residential users — as of 2016. As such, there is a high demand for electricity to power homes and businesses. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, “Florida was second only to Texas in 2016 in net electricity generation, and third in the nation in electricity consumption, behind Texas and ...

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Can My Roof Hold Solar Panels?

Categories: Solar Panels

It’s not uncommon for new solar energy homeowners to see a lot of people pausing to admire their homes while driving past. That kind of reaction is understandable, after all: The sleek, black-on-black solar panels that are installed by CODE Green Solar are attention-grabbing and can help give an older or plain-looking home a new, modern appearance. Although more homeowners are starting to invest ...

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Winter vs. Summer: Using Solar Energy Year-Round

Categories: Solar Power

Solar energy systems are valuable investments for your home or business regardless of the time of year. By using photovoltaic (PV) solar panels, each of which features dozens of solar cells to collect and convert sunlight into electricity, you’re able to power your home by tapping into an essentially limitless renewable energy source. To put it simply: the PV cells convert a percentage of the ...

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Why Solar is Worthwhile Despite Import Tariffs

Categories: Solar Panels

In January, U.S. President Donald Trump announced the implementation of tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels. The tariffs, which went into effect on Feb. 7, imposes a 30% tax on imported photovoltaic (PV) solar cells and modules in the first year and a 20-50% tariff on imported washing machines based on unit size.

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What to Consider When Choosing a Solar Energy Company

Categories: Solar Power

When you’re ready to buy a new vehicle, if you’re like most people, you’ll first want to take the time to carefully conduct some research. This research can include learning about the features and amenities of a specific vehicle model, safety ratings, reviews about the manufacturer, and information about the local dealerships.

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How Solar Energy Can Help You Save Money

Categories: Solar Power

Solar energy is produced through the collection and conversion of the sun’s light. Homeowners can harness the sun’s rays to generate electricity to power their homes, resulting in decreased energy consumption and solar energy savings.

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Why 2018 is the Year to Switch to Solar Energy

Categories: Solar Power

A new year means new ways to save money through clean, renewable solar energy. As long as the sun is out and shining on your solar panels, a photovoltaic (PV) system can help make your home more efficient while also increasing its resale value.

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How You Can Make Your House Energy Efficient Before Switching to Solar

Categories: Solar Power

You may think you’ve already heard every recommendation about how to make your home more energy efficient. Upgrade your aging, energy-hogging refrigerator to an energy-efficient model. Replace your antiquated air conditioner or heater. Unplug all unused appliances. In northern climates, run your heater less. In southern climates, keep your A/C use to a minimum.

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