Find out if your roof is ready for solar energy by reading this educational blog article. We explain how the type of roof you have is as important as the age of your roof when it comes to solar panel installation.
The BLM goes back the drawing board after recent auction of utility scale solar projects receives no bids. Meanwhile, residential and small commercial solar installations continue to gain popularity.
On October 24, the U.S. Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will begin auctioning off the first of its Solar Energy Zones (SEZ).
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has announced that pools for commercial or public use will now be eligible to claim rebates from the California Solar Initiative (CSI) for installing solar pool heater systems.
A new report titled “Solar Heating & Cooling: Energy for a Secure Future” lays down a plan for the expansion of solar heating and cooling (SHC) systems.
Last Sunday, the AMECO Solar team attended the Solar Decathlon at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine, California. We saw 19 solar-powered, energy efficient homes that were designed and built by collegiate teams from around the world.
Recent US Census numbers and a survey done by SunPower show that home builders are adding more and more solar installations to their new constructions.
Recently, SCE began denying Net Energy Metering applications for solar customers who want to install solar panels along with a battery back up system.
After moving into a new home, Clay and his wife found that their electricity bills were significantly higher. By installing solar panels on their roof with AMECO Solar, they have completely eliminated their monthly bill and are happily using solar energy.
Utility companies claim that solar customers make electricity more expensive for everyone. However, an in-depth look at a study by Crossborder Energy proves otherwise.