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    Need Your Solar Removed/Reinstalled?

    Most Texans know that the majority of severe weather occurs from March – August, with peak occurrences/severity during the month of May.  However, there are many people relocating to the area who have not experienced our “Texas sized hail” and they aren’t sure what to do if they receive hail damage. PV SYSTEM REMOVAL Regardless of whether […]
    Source Axium Solar |March 8, 2019 |

      What You Missed at SudStainability: Solar & Suds

      With rain pounding on the metal roof and the sound system turned up to 11, not a single person got up to leave. That could have been due to the monsoon conditions outside, but the vibe at Fullsteam that Feb 12th night indicated SudStainability: Solar & Suds had people locked in. Source
      Source Southern Energy Management |March 5, 2019 |

        SolarCraft Completes Solar Power System at Hospice by the Bay in Marin

        Larkspur Hospice Turns Sunshine into Savings Novato and Sonoma based SolarCraft, a leading North Bay solar installer for over 35 years, recently completed the installation of a 158 kW DC solar system at Hospice by the Bay in Larkspur, CA.   The solar panels were installed as a way to save energy and protect the environment; […]
        Source Solar Craft |February 28, 2019 |

          Why Should Commercial Property Owners Consider Going Solar?

          There are many factors a business must consider when contemplating going solar. These range from bottom line savings, ability to finance, and the strategic advantages of marketing the business as a sustainable company. Dollars and $ense  – If you are a property owner, the impact on your bottom line will be well worth the cost of… […]
          Source Geoscape Solar |February 22, 2019 |

            More than Back-up: New GMP Program Helps Battery Owners Help their Neighbors

            We launched our Home Energy Storage Program with a few goals in mind.  Battery back-up offers solar customers the ability to run their homes on solar power during electrical outages.  Check! But that’s just the beginning. A network of batteries with stored solar power at the ready means a stronger, more resilient, and lower cost […]
            Source Suncommon |February 21, 2019 |

              2018 Solar Jobs Census

              The National Solar Jobs Foundation covers the size and scope of the American solar workforce.  The rapid development of solar energy has created an astonishing number of well-paying American jobs.  As of 2018, there are approximately 242,343 solar workers in the United States, resulting in an overall growth of 159% since the first Census was released […]
              Source Southern Current |February 21, 2019 |

                2018 Solar Jobs Census

                The National Solar Jobs Foundation covers the size and scope of the American solar workforce.  The rapid development of solar energy has created an astonishing number of well-paying American jobs.  As of 2018, there are approximately 242,343 solar workers in the United States, resulting in an overall growth of 159% since the first Census was released […]
                Source Southern Current |February 21, 2019 |

                  What happens with my utility when I go solar?

                  The utility that serves your community has a big impact on how solar will look for your home or business.   It is important to know how you and your utility will interact if you choose to go solar because your solar array will most likely be grid tied. This means that you will take […]
                  Source Straight Up Solar |February 20, 2019 |

                    How We Buy With Our B Corp Values: Local and Climate Conscious

                    At SunCommon, we purchase with intention. Whether we’re buying sunscreen for our solar installers or panels for your roof, we’re making sure that we’re partnering with responsible companies. We do that by asking important questions. Questions like: Is the vendor we’re considering socially and environmentally responsible? Is their product high quality? Is the company reputable? […]
                    Source Suncommon |February 14, 2019 |

                      3 Reasons To LOVE Renewable Energy This Valentine’s Day

                      Southern Current’s team of solar experts have a strong passion for clean energy and environmental sustainability. Who is your Valentine?  This year, we choose solar!  Below: 3 reasons to love renewable energy! Renewable energy has no pollutants. Clean energy from solar has no carbon emissions or pollutants.  Producing clean energy with solar helps reduce dirty […]
                      Source Southern Current |February 14, 2019 |

                        3 Reasons To LOVE Renewable Energy This Valentine’s Day

                        Southern Current’s team of solar experts have a strong passion for clean energy and environmental sustainability. Who is your Valentine?  This year, we choose solar!  Below: 3 reasons to love renewable energy! Renewable energy has no pollutants. Clean energy from solar has no carbon emissions or pollutants.  Producing clean energy with solar helps reduce dirty […]
                        Source Southern Current |February 14, 2019 |

                          Solgami: Origami Solar Panels Generate Energy For Apartments.

                          Solgami: These Origami Solar Panels Generate Electricity For Apartments. by Mike Brown on February 11, 2019  – Inverse.com A new design of solar panel could help apartment dwellers harvest electricity from their windows without prohibitive installation costs. Solgami, designed by Australian architect Ben Berwick, is a window blind that generates power while bouncing more light […]
                          Source Solarponics |February 13, 2019 |
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