The fact is, there are so many myths and misconceptions about solar energy, it often scares people away. But it’s the job of organizations like EcoOutfitters, solar installers across the country, and the solar industry as a whole, to shed light on the truth about solar energy.
#SolarChat trends on Twitter, exploring what solar consumers want and how solar installers can best serve this growing market.
Do you have a vacation home that remains vacant much of the year? Maybe you’re a snowbird with a summer home up north and a winter home in Florida or…read more +
EcoOutfitters’ Raina Russo connects with Suffolk County legislator Steve Bellone at the Long Island Sustainability conference.
Solar PV installations in major sporting arenas and shopping centers make economic sense. Doesn’t a solar PV installation make sense for your home, too?
Tomorrow’s grid may be drastically different from the billing and usage model we now have for electricity. Solar may be the best solution.
Did you know that most solar customers are not rich? Most have an annual household income under six figures, and way below that $150,000 mark many consider wealthy. What’s more,…read more +
As the U.S. government provides generous funding to renewable energy research and development, solar photovoltaic (solar PV) developers work hard on breakthroughs that will make the price of solar power…read more +
Detractors of solar energy often cite manufacturing costs as one of the downsides to free and clean solar energy. If we’re honest about it and do the math, we realize…read more +
Brrr… Old Man Winter introduced himself with a vengeance right around the holidays. Temps on the east coast dropped from moderate 60s to the lower 40s as the winds whipped…read more +
In this, the final of our four-part series on smart meters and solar PV arrays (start here), we’re going to address one of three dangers HelioPower‘s Vice President of Residential Sales, Scott Gordon…read more +