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Solar Gets Moving With New Vehicles On The Horizon

Posted on Sep 28, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Anyone who’s done the research will tell you that the implementation of solar energy is gaining traction quickly. What was once an idea for people living off the grid has now turned into a huge industry for our country and is set to surpass other energy sources in the coming decades. While installing solar power systems on Read More

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What Is A Solar Co-Op?

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

If you’ve ever shopped at a locally owned grocery store there’s a chance that it was actually a co-op, a group of people who came together to utilize their skills to make a profit and serve their community. The idea of a co-op is usually a well received thought, and if you’re a Florida resident, you may have heard this word in the context of solar energy.Read More

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Florida Steers Toward Solar In a Big Way

Posted on Sep 10, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

If you keep up with the news as a Florida resident, you may be aware that a huge utility company has been planning to invest a great deal of money into building a nuclear power facility. That is, until recently. In a surprising turn of events, Duke Energy Florida has stopped work on the nuclear side of things and is instead shifting their $6 billion budget toward so Read More

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Using Solar When There is No Sun

Posted on Sep 02, 2017 by Fun in the Sun

Depending on what part of the country you live in, last month’s eclipse might have made a big dent in your solar energy plans. Although the event of totality itself only lasted a few minutes at most, the decreased amount of energy coming from the sun potentially affected your ability to harness its power for at least a few hours. Read More

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