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Solar for Manufacturing Companies

May 25, 2017

If you run a manufacturing operation and someone said you could power 80% of your manufacturing, warehousing, and administrative operations with energy you produced on-site, would you listen? If someone said, here’s an easy way to introduce a new revenue stream and increase your profits, and oh by the way, it’s green, would you sit up…  Read the entire post »

Go Solar Like Nate and Save Like Solder

May 16, 2017

The New England Patriots, Nate Solder, solar energy, and giving to cancer research. What’s not to love? Of course, if you’re outside New England, you might not love the first, but I’m talking to people in our region with this post. 🙂 If you don’t know much about Nate Solder, let me introduce you to…  Read the entire post »

Be Cool – Install an Awning!

May 12, 2017

If you’ve been reading this week’s blog series on Ductless Mini-Splits, I hope you’re convinced Mini-Splits are the way to go. But maybe they’re just not right for you due to timing, needs or money. There are other ways you can decrease your home’s cooling requirements to save money, help the Earth and be more…  Read the entire post »

Ductless Mini-Split Efficiency

May 11, 2017

(This is the third in a series of three mini-split articles I’m posting this week.) I conclude my series on Ductless Mini-Splits with a quick word on efficiency. It’s the high efficiency of Mini-Splits that helps the planet — you’re using less power to cool your home. And if you power your Mini-Splits with solar,…  Read the entire post »

What Mini-Splits Look Like in Your Home

May 10, 2017

(This is the second in a series of three mini-split articles I’m posting this week.) My last post covered how ductless mini-split cooling (and heating) systems can eliminate the annual A/C installation nightmare. But what do these systems look like in your home, you ask? Indoor Here are a couple of pictures of “indoor units”…  Read the entire post »

Why Mini-Splits Are All the Rage

May 9, 2017

(This is the first in a series of three mini-split articles I’m posting this week.) Spring is in the air, and air-conditioning season is fast approaching. As our climate continues to heat up, air-conditioning becomes more and more important. Do you dread the annual A/C installation ritual? If you’re like many people, you do. In…  Read the entire post »

The Sun is Setting on SRECs

May 5, 2017

This time I’m letting an image do the talking. OK, just a few words: The sun is setting on SRECs — quarterly checks that you get for going solar in MA — and the replacement program is around $8,000 less generous. Contact us soon to get SRECs before they’re gone!   If you liked this article,…  Read the entire post »

More Proof Solar is Mainstream

May 4, 2017

Last week, I posted about my belief that solar is now mainstream in the popular consciousness, at least in New England and other parts of the country where the solar energy market is well established. Yesterday, we had another example supporting that theory. A gentleman called us to ask for a solar quote for his…  Read the entire post »

“On The Level” About Solar

April 27, 2017

I recently went into the WCRN-AM 830 studio to be a guest on “On The Level With Steve Quist,” a popular home improvement show. It was a lot of fun, as always (I’ve been on several times), and hopefully it was informative for those learning about solar. Here is the interview, broken into three 7-10…  Read the entire post »

Our Survey Shows Solar Creates More Energy-Conscious Consumers

April 25, 2017

The results are in from our recent New England Clean Energy 2017 Customer Insights Survey and they’re exciting. Highlights: Solar is creating more informed and energy-conscious consumers Solar is now part of mainstream American culture, or at least it is in pockets around the country including New England More people view solar as a solid investment compared…  Read the entire post »