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We’ve hand-selected some of our favorite solar stories—just for you.

If You Don’t Go Solar Now, You May Hate Yourself Later

If You Don’t Go Solar Now, You May Hate Yourself Later

The cost of going solar gets cheaper every year. This raises the question among homeowners—should I switch to solar now or wait to take advantage of lower installation prices? Every year that you delay in your decision to go solar is another year that you miss out on many financial returns, otherwise known as your solar opportunity cost. What you save on upfront costs could be outweighed by the financial returns you would have received within that time frame.
Protecting Your Roof While Installing Solar Panels

Protecting Your Roof While Installing Solar Panels

With catastrophic climate change worries and many people worldwide trying to do their part to effect positive environmental changes, more people today than ever before are working to incorporate solar energy sources into their home or office locations. Keeping the fact that solar is an environmentally friendly source of renewable energy and one that can not only help lower a power bill but can also potentially help increase property value, property owners need to know how to protect a roof when installing solar panels.
Should You Remove Trees for Solar Panel Performance?

Should You Remove Trees for Solar Panel Performance?

Trees and solar have a similar effect on the environment when it comes to mitigating carbon—but they do not always get along. Trees cause shading and reduce the output and efficiency of solar panels. In most cases, trimming just a few branches may suffice. However, maximizing solar benefits could also mean cutting down a tree or two. Does it ever make sense to cut down carbon-absorbing trees just for solar? The answer is, surprisingly, yes. Here is some information that could help you make the right choice.