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The Future of Solar in 2023

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

In the month of January there’s always the question of ‘what’s next?’ As we look towards this new year, we couldn’t be more excited about the future of solar.

Renewable energy is at an all time high and is expected to continue to grow over the next year. To wrap up 2022 the current administration passed new initiatives through the department of energy to connect communities to reliable renewable energy sources and lower electricity bills. 

Through the Inflation Reduction Act tax credits and incentive programs, more people will be able to afford solar than ever before. 

Harsh Weather Safety

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

We're in the business of Solar, but we're also in the business of keeping our employees safe.

The weather has a direct impact on how solar companies conduct their business. Automatically you'd think that it's because the sun determines the amount of energy production in a single day, and although that's correct, solar companies are affected by the weather for several other reasons. At any given time when there is an employee working outside in the elements, there are safety precautions in place to avoid injury.

Natural disasters can leave individuals without electricity for weeks at a time. For instance, no one in Texas expected winter storm Uri in 2021 which left Texans without access to the power grid for weeks. When hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans in 2005 as one of the most powerful hurricanes to make landfall in the U.S., it left over one million homes and businesses without power for weeks.
What do these two storms have in common? They both left millions of people in the dark with no knowledge of when their power might come back on. Don't be caught in the dark! Solar power paired with battery storage can address the problem of long term power outages so you can be prepared even in the worst of times.

Add Solar To Your Business

Friday, September 16, 2022
Massive solar incentives are sweeping the country as the Inflation Reduction Act  impacts the solar world. Federal, state, and regional governments are issuing tax breaks, rebates, and low-interest loan programs to incentivize a nation wide switch to renewable energy. Here's a quick summary of how some of these incentives can positively effect your transition to solar: