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Category Archives: Solar Installation

New Ebook! Your Solar Journey: From Installation to Energy Independence

January 31, 2024

Are you considering making the switch to solar energy but unsure about where to start? We have exciting news for you! New England Clean Energy is thrilled to announce the release of our latest ebook: “Your Solar Journey: From Installation to Energy Independence.” In this comprehensive guide, we will take you on a step-by-step journey…  Read the entire post »

Solar Projects Are Construction Projects: The Top 7 Reasons Solar Installs Don’t Always Go 100% to Plan

September 14, 2023

Solar energy is becoming increasingly popular across the globe due to its numerous benefits to the environment, the economy, and the consumer’s wallet. But just like any modern technology, there are solar energy disadvantages that can cause roadblocks and challenges to face as the industry matures.   Solar projects are construction projects, which means they are…  Read the entire post »

How Are Solar Panels Attached to Your Roof?

April 19, 2023

Solar panels can be a worthwhile investment; they pay for themselves, save you on electric bills, and reduce carbon emissions. But how are solar panels attached to your roof? In short, the installation of solar panels depends entirely on what covers your roof. In this article, we will unravel the installation process and the products…  Read the entire post »

How to Install Solar Panels

March 21, 2023

Are you wondering how to install solar panels? Solar power is an excellent way to reduce your carbon footprint and save money on your energy bills, but the installation process can seem overwhelming. Fortunately, it’s not as complicated as you might think. In this blog post, we’ll break down the process into five easy steps…  Read the entire post »

How Many Solar Panels Do I Need?

October 31, 2022

How Many Solar Panels Do I Need? So: you’ve decided you’re going solar and beginning the first few steps of your project. If you’re like most customers, you’re probably wanting the best panel with the best output efficiency, you’re just not sure what or how many solar panels you’ll need.  That’s what we’re here for!…  Read the entire post »

Can You Place Solar Paneling In The Shade? Let’s Learn About Tree Mapping

April 20, 2021

Many of our customers choose to install solar paneling because they want to reduce their impact on the environment. That’s one reason we love solar, too! In terms of placement, you may be wondering if you can install solar in the shade. It may actually shock some people when we suggest removing a tree or…  Read the entire post »

How Often Do Solar Panels Have To Be Replaced?

January 18, 2021

Solar panels for housing are a great investment. Not only do they allow your family to save on electric bills, but they do it in a sustainable way for years to come. Generally speaking, solar panels are extremely durable and with no moving parts, they will generally require little to no maintenance.  As of now, the…  Read the entire post »

What happens during a solar site visit?

July 17, 2020

Deciding if solar is right for you and your property can be a complex and somewhat intimidating task and dealing with multiple solar companies in New England may not be easy either; we get you. No matter what solar company you decide to talk to,  the first step would be to set up a solar…  Read the entire post »

Install Solar in Winter

October 29, 2019

9,125 Days of Christmas (or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa or Winter Solstice)! We know it’s a tad early, but are you looking for the perfect gift for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or even the Winter Solstice?   We know there are a lot of options, but how about a gift that will keep giving for 25 plus years…  Read the entire post »

Five Stages of a Solar Installation Part 3 – Sales and Solar Installation Stage

September 27, 2019

As we outlined in an earlier issue/blog, we divide each solar project into five stages; the Sales Stage, then Engineering, Operations, Installation and finally Close Out. In this series we went out of order, so in Part 1 we covered Close Out (the very end) and last month we covered Engineering and Operations. We could…  Read the entire post »