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Does Installing Solar Energy Make Sense?

Does installing solar make sense? Production Most consumers have been persuaded by political rhetoric making solar a non-viable energy solution to the north and northeastern United States. For instance, Ohio averages about 4.5 hours of viable solar energy per day. … Continue reading

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COG = Cost of Goods

  Finally the cost of material have hit an all time low. For installers and consumers photovoltaic equipment has dropped to the lowest prices possible. Good news? The common answer to these questions is usually “it depends”. Cost of living … Continue reading

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Cost adders to Solar Energy Systems

Residential Systems can be challenging for every solar installer when it comes to local permit offices. Government offices are not easy to work with as a general rule. Inspectors punch time clocks and are not necessarily in the favor of … Continue reading

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