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  • 05 May 2022

    Are you excited for longer days and warmer weather as we inch our way to summer? Those long, lazy summer days have one downside: higher power bills as we jack up the air conditioning to cool us down. If you’re sick of sky-rocketing summer power bills, it’s ...

  • 04 May 2022

    What do you do when the power goes out and you have solar? Homeowners who go solar affordably are often choosing to stick with grid-tied solar, avoiding the added cost and maintenance of a solar battery system. But many homeowners are still confused about how s...

  • 21 Apr 2022

    What happens when a hydroelectric dam stops working in a drought?  With ongoing droughts across many parts of Oregon causing our lakes and rivers to drop, many of us are grappling with that question. Will homeowners in Oregon have to pay for higher rates? Or w...

  • 19 Apr 2022

    You might think that because Iowa’s homeowner solar tax incentive ended in July 2021, you can’t still save on solar in Iowa.  But just because the state level incentive has ended in Iowa, that doesn’t mean there aren’t other options for Iowans to make the...

  • 19 Apr 2022

    It's Earth Day Today! Everyone can do a little something to help protect our earth. But what if you want to do more than a little? According to EnergySage, homeowners who go solar have the same impact as planting 150 trees every year that they use solar to power t...

  • 13 Apr 2022

    With enough solar installed in Oregon to power almost 170,000 homes, many homeowners are wiping out their power bill and gaining energy independence. But you might be wondering how well solar panels handle Oregon weather, especially in the western part of the stat...

  • 11 Apr 2022

    Did you know some of your neighbors will be getting thousands more back on their tax returns this year? If your neighbors are one of the thousands who have made the switch to clean, renewable energy with solar at home, they’re probably saving on solar with the S...

  • 08 Apr 2022

    As more homeowners in Montana claim their energy independence with solar, many are wondering how well solar panels handle Montana weather. From winter blizzards, strong Chinook winds, changeable spring weather, and of course the warm, dry summers, Montana’s weat...

  • 04 Apr 2022

    Solar is making its mark among Iowan homeowners: Iowa already has 7,870 installations across the state!  With the popularity of solar growing, homeowners considering solar in Iowa often have questions about how solar panels handle the weather in Iowa. It’s a...

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