Month: July 2018

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Going solar in the industrial sector.

Going solar for sustainability! Going solar in the industrial sector is great for sustainability and for the long-term development of your industrial company. Typically, industrial companies use a lot of electricity, and hence energy is a huge expense in their operating costs. Not only does a solar power system help to reduce energy costs, but it also helps to reduce the carbon footprint of a company hence contributing to climate…

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How to go solar with the best solar panels

There are three types of a solar power system, that is: Grid-tied Off-grid Backup solar generators Going solar with Grid-tied solar power systems These solar power systems are grid-connected and are commonly found where the electric grid is available. They are designed to be stabilized by the grid such that any excess power from the solar power system is routed into the electric grid for compensation by the utility company…

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Questions ask when buying solar panels.

This blog attempts to provide a simple guide to answering some of the questions ask when buying solar panels. In order to determine the right solar panels for your business or home, it depends on so many factors, including, but not limited to: Affordability or how much you are planning to spend to buy your solar panels. Quality factors that determine the best or the right solar panels for your…

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No money down solar –  Solar leasing and solar PPA

Solar power purchase agreement (Solar PPA) and leasing solar are great ways to going solar because of the “no money down aspect”. These concepts have helped to overcome the main barrier of going solar, that is, the high initial cost of solar panels.  For example, an average 6kW  (6,000 watts) solar Power system can cost between $11,380 to $14,990 (after tax credits) based on 2018 EnergySage figures. However, using solar leasing and solar…