Finding the right solar company for you can be a difficult task. Choosing the right installer is critical for the longevity of your solar system. You are not only choosing a company at the time of installation but also for the lifetime care of your solar system. Here are five things to look for when choosing a solar installer.
The solar industry has been booming in recent years. The push for more renewables has caused solar energy to skyrocket, as well as a steep decline in the price for going solar. The growth of the solar industry, however, is in jeopardy. The success of the solar industry moving forward is now in the hands of President Donald Trump. The International Trade Commission (ITC) has recently sent a proposal to the desk of President Trump that will put a tariff on imported solar panels. The tariff would be placed at 35% and could be detrimental to the success of the solar industry.
Most homes in the United States have the ability to go solar. You don’t need to live in Florida or California to get enough sun to save money and provide energy for your home. The biggest issue for going solar isn’t how sunny your state typically is. The main issues are potential obstructions to your panels, which may include trees or other buildings. Unfortunately, not much can be done if your roof is regularly shaded by another building. But if your roof is shaded by a tree or several trees, there are options you can take in order to maximize your solar experience and savings associated with going solar. The path most taken is to remove the trees obstructing your roof. It seems odd, however, that in order to “go green” you might have to remove trees to minimize your environmental footprint. While it is ironic, the environmental benefits that your solar system will produce in its lifetime beat out the environmental impact of a few trees. [Read more…]
You decided to go solar, congrats! You check your cloud-based SolarEdge monitor and see that everything is going great. Your panels are producing a serious amount of energy that is significantly offsetting your electric bill, they look awesome, and you are doing your part to reduce carbon emissions. You may have even invested in a Tesla Powerwall that keeps your home powered during power outages, stores your own energy so you never have to buy back from the grid, and helps you power your electric car! Overall, you are super excited and want to share this news with your neighbors, but how?
CALLING ALL REVOLUSUNARIES: SAVE THE DATE!!!
RevoluSun is pleased to invite you to the “1st Annual Customer Appreciation Day – PART 2”!
Thanks again for being a dedicated customer, and we are grateful to have you as a fellow RevoluSunary! Join us on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 at the Abington Ale House located at 1235 Bedford St, Abington, MA 02351 from 5pm-9pm for an educational, and fun-filled evening.
Activities will include:
– Networking with other solar homeowners
– Sharing success stories
– Learning about future technology integrations with solar arrays such as battery backup and generators.
– Learning about future plans for wholistic energy consulting
– Learning about green gardening and permaculture
– Complimentary Food and Beverages
If you have friends or family interested in going solar, please bring them along!
Stay tuned for more (exciting) information.
Please RSVP to Trevor Largent:
Locally owned and operated RevoluSun (Burlington, MA) offers free energy evaluations for homes and businesses. We present you with a no obligation, comprehensive, solar project proposal that meets both your energy and financial needs. We then deliver and install only the most efficient and highest value solar components made by proven and reliable manufacturing partners, and backed by the best warranties in the business. Ask around and you will learn we are a completely different Solar Power installer. If you were thinking about going solar, Now Is The Time, Massachusetts!