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    4 Myths about RoofTop Solar, Busted!

    Have you noticed that more and more home-owners — perhaps some in your own neighborhood — are opting for roof-top solar panels to supply environmentally friendly and cost-effective power to their homes? While there are numerous advantages to solar, coal continues to power the majority of U.S. homes. One reason that traditional, non-renewable energy sources remain dominant

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    How to Evaluate Solar Installers?

    Convinced that solar power is right for your home, but need a solar installer to help? As with any home improvement project, you’ll want to do some homework before hiring an installer. Here are some things to look for when screening potential contractors. Experience: You naturally want someone who has done some residential installations before.

    • July

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      2015
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    Rebates for going Green with Solar Energy Panels

    Saving money and saving the environment is constantly tugging at the edges of our collective consciousness. Solar panels may seem like a far off dream for many of us, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many benefits to switching to solar panels. In fact there are so many pros that solar panels host

    • July

      22

      2015
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    Switching to Solar Energy: Suggestions for the Uncertain Homeowner

    Even with the promise of potentially non-existent power bills, some homeowners are hesitant to consider converting their homes to solar. Too often these individuals believe that the installation costs are exorbitant and cannot be recouped easily. This is unfortunate because many who have made the switch have discovered that Solar Energy is more affordable than

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      2015
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    Will Drag Racing Run on Sustainable Energy?

    Sustainable energy has become the new buzzword for almost every activity. From friendly shopping to powering your home, everyone is paying more attention to where their power is being drawn from. Even fans of auto racing, particularly those who are enthusiastic about a 0-60 run on a quarter-mile of blacktop, might be concerned about just how

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    White House Starts Rooftop Solar Energy Initiative for Subsidized Housing

    Rooftop solar energy has undergone a boom in recent years thanks to a decrease in the cost of solar photovoltaic panels and increasing concern about global warming caused by carbon-based fossil fuels. However, despite these facts and government subsidies, rooftop solar only contributes one percent to the energy needs of the United States. Moreover, rooftop

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