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Homeowner Associations Must Allow Solar PV Installs

Don’t be discouraged by potential conflicts with your HOA. Here are ways you can prepare for a solar installation without any worry. ...

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Make the Most Out of the Sun: Solar Energy Storage

Adding a solar battery to your system enables you to maximize the power collected by your panels and store them in your home for later use. ...

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Owning vs Leasing: The Case for Solar Ownership

Solar ownership lets you maximize long-term financial benefits. ...

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Solar Access Rights Across the United States

While some may think that this can pose a hurdle for homeowners who want to invest in solar energy, there are federal and state policies in place regarding HOAs and solar power. ...

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Federal Solar Tax Credits & Incentives

With a market value of $17 billion (seia.org), solar energy powers countless homes and has generated jobs for more than 250,000 Americans. ...

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How Solar Energy Became Popular in the United States

Solar energy has come a long way since 7th century BC, when the magnifying glass was used to focus the sun’s energy. Technology has since evolved, and solar panels that was once only accessible to big agencies like NASA, is now accessible to the general public. ...

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Residential Solar Install

The colder months are here, and Arizona residents are about to spend much of their monthly budget on heating. ...

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The SRP Residential Solar Electric Program

SRP has embraced the future of clean energy by providing programs for Arizona residential solar owners. ...

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Home Solar Inspections

It is important to make sure your contractor is up to the mark. If you are unsure about your contractor, getting a home solar inspection may be for the best. ...

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Making the Switch: Advanced Solar Air Conditioning

Why should you make the switch to Advanced Solar Air Conditioning? For most of the year, there’s no shortage of sunlight in Arizona. Sometimes, the heat can be extreme and only the air conditioning in our homes can provide us with physical comfort. ...

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Solar Revolution – Arizona: A Top Solar State

2017 was a strong year for solar power Arizona, ranking 7th fastest-growing solar market in the country, according to the Phoenix Business Journal. Today, Arizona remains to be one of the top solar states in the US, with a projected growth of 2,574 Megawatts over the next 5 years. ...

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Going Solar: Why you should pick CIS Thin Film panels for your Home

There are a lot of things to consider when choosing the right solar panels for your home. Efficiency and performance for instance, may vary depending on the kind of solar panel you choose. ...

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Benefits of Having a Solar Water Heater

Find out the reasons why your Arizona Home should switch to a Solar Water Heater. ...

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Solar Power And Electric Vehicles To Halt Growth In Oil And Coal By 2020

After a terrible couple of years, this looks like a good time for the fossil fuels sector. Oil prices are on the up again, President Donald Trump promises to sweep away many of the restrictions the industry had imposed upon it during the Obama Administration, the former head of ExxonMobil is Secretary of State and there is even talk of watering down fuel economy requirements. ...

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Solar Power Sees Unprecedented Boom in U.S.

U.S. solar power grew by 6.2 gigawatts in 2014, a 30 percent increase over the previous year and representing nearly $18 billion in new investment, according to data released this morning by the Solar Energy Industries Association and GTM Research. ...

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U.S. Solar Now Employs More Workers Than Any Other Energy Industry, Including Coal, Oil and Natural Gas Combined

U.S. solar employs more workers than any other energy industry, including coal, oil and natural gas combined, according to the U.S. Department of Energy's second annual U.S. Energy and Employment Report. 6.4 million Americans now work in the traditional energy and the energy efficiency sector, which added more than 300,000 net new jobs in 2016, or 14 percent of the nation's job growth. ...

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Clean Energy has an ‘irreversible momentum’

The release of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHGs) due to human activity is increasing global average surface air temperatures, disrupting weather patterns, and acidifying the ocean (1). Left unchecked, the continued growth of GHG emissions could cause global average temperatures to increase by another 4°C or more by 2100 and by 1.5 to 2 times as much in many midcontinent and far northern locations (1). ...

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Exxon Mobile – Our position on climate change

We have the same concerns as people everywhere – and that is how to provide the world with the energy it needs while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. ...

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