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First Solar Eclipse Visible to the United States Since 1918

On August 21, 2017, the first total solar eclipse visible within a band across the entire contiguous United States will occur and is being described as “The Great American Eclipse.” A solar eclipse can often be viewed as a momentary period of darkness, but it is actually a brief, glorious sight of the sun’s pure white-corona. The last time that an eclipse of this type occurred was June 8, 1918 ...

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Deadly Heatwave Conditions to Hit Earth by 2100

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The summer of 2017 has hit record breaking temperatures, rising above 100°F; climate change causing greenhouse gases being the main culprit. At the speed at which temperatures are soaring each year, it is likely that more than half of the Earth will be subject to unlivable conditions by the end of the century. Today, a third of the world is already being exposed to deadly heatwaves, the southwest ...

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Bringing Prosperity to Business: Success from Making the Switch to Solar

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Today, homeowners are not the only consumers who are taking advantage of the outstanding benefits that solar energy has to offer. With the growing capacity of solar, more businesses and corporations have chosen to make the switch. Larger companies have made the commitment to sustainable efforts and are showing great success from their decision; these corporations include, Walmart, Prologis, ...

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Where Are the Real Jobs? Comparing Renewable Energy and Coal Industry Employment Growth

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President Donald Trump’s victory in the recent 2016 election can be partially attributed to the subject of the economic impact of job creation. In order to expand jobs, Trump focused his campaign on lifting restrictions off of the coal industry. Having been on a steady decline over the last 50 years, could the promise of a thriving coal industry be made? Since 1980, United States’ coal related ...

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Why Your Business Should Go Solar

Categories: Renewable Energy

As a business owner, every decision you make draws on what is best for your business. You may have considered going solar in the past, but were not sold on whether or not it was feasible. Financially, going solar may seem like a large investment – possibly even frightening. How do I know if my solar system will power my business to the highest standard? Will my investment in a solar system be ...

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The Ugly Truth

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Aesthetics are a leading concern for homeowners when considering solar. A valid argument for a homeowner to make is that, if they bought the home and have to look at it every day, then visual pleasure is of the utmost importance. We often see improvements in the presentation of technology emerge over time. Solar arrays have drastically improved since their inception in the 1950s. The original ...

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Modernize Solar Interview

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https://modernize.com/home-ideas/37010/interview-with-an-expert-what-are-some-ways-to-afford-solar-energy

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Five Solar Myths Dispelled

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1. Solar Panels do not work well in cold climates Solar panels function based on the amount of sunlight exposed to the panels. In fact, solar panels have been shown to work better in colder climates. The cold weather increases the panels efficiency with a more even flow of electricity. The amount of energy produced by the solar panels is reduced in cloudier conditions. However, a solar panel ...

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Global Warming: What You Need to Know

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Summertime’s around the corner and we’re breaking out our flip-flops and sunblock to prepare for the heat wave ahead! The past few summers have seen rising peaks in temperature and we can’t help, but question, is global warming to blame? Scientists have proven that over time, our carbon dioxide and toxic greenhouse gas emissions are causing the earth to steadily become warmer at a much faster ...

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I Signed Up for Solar – What’s Next?

Categories: Solar Power

When signing up for solar, homeowners may be unsure of what the next steps are in the process. Is it as simple as ‘sign here’ and you will install my panels? How long will it take for the solar switch to be completed? The process from signing solar to getting your panels up and running is known as the solar interconnection process. A standard solar interconnection process takes anywhere from 3-6 ...

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