(And Other Pressing Questions to Ask Your Solar Installer)
Whether you live in a warmer climate where cold weather is touch and go, or you are used to freezing temperatures all season long, you may wonder what you need to do to prep your solar system for the winter. The good news is that a SunPower solar system is low maintenance.
It’s no secret, there are a lot of solar panels on the market. Many promise different results from lower prices to better aesthetics. But what factors should you weigh when evaluating which solar provider to choose? It all comes down to these 3 things – efficiency, durability and warranty.
Many states across the U.S. have adopted Net Metering policies to help property owners offset their energy use. In Massachusetts, Net Metering allows property owners to send excess energy produced by their solar system out onto the grid and receive a credit in return on their electric bill.
When deciding which solar panels are right for your home, there’s more to consider than just pricing. Sure, a low-cost option might seem attractive at first glance but will your investment be worth its weight 10, 20 or even 30 years down the line?
More than 380,000 homeowners have already turned to SunPower solar solutions. For the many others looking to adopt this renewable energy source, there’s often a very natural question that surfaces: How much does going solar cost?
Ever wondered when is the best time to “spring” for solar? If so, we have a little advice to share.
When it comes to purchasing a home, one of the first things most buyers look into is the home’s energy efficiency. Rising utility rates and weather trends often make this an important factor when trying to find the right place to settle.
Did You Know? Massachusetts is the state with the 5th highest electricity costs in the country. This is because our infrastructure is struggling to handle increased demand on the grid. It is also why we have some of the best solar incentives to offer!
Most homeowners have limited space on their roof or in their yard to set up a photovoltaic (PV) solar system. In a word, they're looking for efficiency: How can they get the most kilowatt hours out of the fewest panels? In a word, SunPower. SunPower's solar panels are...