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Googles New Solar Tool – Project Sunroof

Posted on Aug 01, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

When it comes time for us to research our own household projects, many people have a tendency to want to do their own legwork before calling in the professionals. We all know what can happen: we call someone to come out for a quote or inquire on their website, only to be the recipient of emails and phone calls that make us the target of their new marketing campaign. Read More

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Is Solar Growing as Fast as We Think

Posted on Jul 24, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Industry experts are always touting solar as the next big thing and often make claims that it will be bigger than all other forms of energy, quite possibly within our lifetime. While this data is often proven, sceptics wonder just how accurate this information can be. We don’t see solar panels everywhere we go, so exactly how fast is solar energy growing? Read More

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Household Features Get a Makeover With Solar in Mind

Posted on Jul 14, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

When someone mentions solar power, you typically think of large dark panels on top of your roof right? They may not always match a home’s aesthetic, and many are hesitant to install them due to concerns over curb appeal. However, companies around the world are coming up with ways to utilize solar that are far more discreet than your typical designs. Read More

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Solar Energy Becomes a Hot Neighborhood Commodity

Posted on Jul 08, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Many times the idea of solar energy is thought about as an individualized process - someone comes out to your home and puts solar panels on your roof. You, and only you, end up reaping the benefits of the energy savings, and while you’re making a larger impact on our environment, it’s very much a personalized event. Now Read More

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Was Your Salad Grown With Solar

Posted on Jul 03, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Do you or someone you know love gardening or perhaps even own a bit of land for cultivating your crops? Since farming can be quite expensive, it’s always in a landowner’s best interests to cut down on costs where they can. One tactic that is becoming more popular across the country is the use of solar energy to help with managing rising energy costs. < Read More

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How Solar Jobs Relate To Solar Success

Posted on Jun 26, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

The job market is often a good indication of certain technologies or products that are on their way to rapid expansion. One such example is the solar industry, which has seen an immense amount of growth in just the last handful of years. According to an International Renewable Energy Agency report based on 2016 data, employm Read More

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Florida Solar – Are You One Of The Few

Posted on Jun 19, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Given that you live in the Sunshine State, wouldn’t you think that Florida residents would take up the opportunity for solar energy to power their home or business? It turns out the numbers tell a slightly Read More

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Shop On Amazon Solar Might Make It Cheaper

Posted on Jun 02, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

It’s great when homeowners want to save money on their utility costs by switching to a solar energy system. They recognize the impact they have on the environment and are willing to reduce their carbon footprint for the betterment of our planet. When mega companies like Amazon have the same realization, it’s truly a thin Read More

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Florida Is Even Closer To A Solar Business Boom

Posted on May 25, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

It might be long gone from your mind now, but last year Florida residents voted on amendments that would affect those who currently utilize solar power and those who were looking into it. One of these laws, SB 90, has just passed in the Senate and is on its way to becoming law. What exactly does this mean for the residents o Read More

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Your House Might Be Powered by UCF

Posted on May 11, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Do you have solar panels installed on your house? If it’s something you’ve been thinking about and might wait a few years before making the commitment, there’s a good chance that your power could come from the University of Central Florida. If that seems a little crazy, it’s just another example of major players seeing the power that comes from solar. Read More

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