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.
Tesla sets itself apart from other companies by continuously updating the software of customers’ products remotely to include entirely new features instead of forcing consumers to buy a new version with upgraded features.
RevoluSun began in 2006 as a solar installation and service company in Honolulu, Hawaii with the mission of spreading the deployment of renewable energy and protecting the environment.
In 2012, RevoluSun (formerly Northeast Solar Services) officially began installing solar systems in Massachusetts. During our first calendar year in business, we completed only a handful of installations. These installations turned out to be the foundation of a credible company with a fantastic network of customers. These installations took place in the outskirts of Boston and along Cape Cod.
Residential solar installations and utility-scale generation plants are not the only use for solar panels; micro-generation opens the door to endless possibilities where relatively small amounts of electricity are needed. These inventions range from extremely simple to cutting-edge — from convenience to life-saving — but no matter how big or small the application, the benefits of micro-generation are undeniable.
Solar Powered Trash + Recycling Compactors
Solar powered trash and recycling compactors are found across the country. These bins can hold up to 8 times the waste of a non-compacting trash bin of the same size and reduce trash collections by 80%. With less litter on the sidewalks and fewer garbage trucks on the road, cities are saving money and our communities and environment are cleaner.
The Decline of Coal
The US has slowly been moving away from coal: over the past decade, US coal power production has dropped by 44%. The harmful effects of burning coal and are well documented, so reducing coal power bodes well for both human and environmental health. As we use less and less coal energy, it’s important that we replace it with an energy source that’s safe. Renewable energy has proven to be reliable, predictable, and most of all, clean.