Solar Power on Mars!

This was a very exciting week for solar in space! The NASA Insight lander touched down on Mars on Monday afternoon after 7 months of travel through space, covering 300 million miles. NASA reported that the lander’s solar panels are now...

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New York is #1 For Solar Savings

New York ranks #1 for local solar incentives and #3 overall for the attractiveness of installing solar panels. Heading into 2019, solar power in New York increased more than 1,000 percent in a six-year period, from December 2011 to...

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Solar Seniors: Powering Future Generations with Clean Energy

Seniors are paving the way towards clean energy and have become the most knowledgeable group regarding solar power. With the largest percentage of Americans falling into the over 65 age category, the majority - 64 percent - have a...

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Going Solar: What Your Facebook Friends and Neighbors Say Makes All the Difference

If you’re looking for recommendations for a great restaurant in the theater district, a pediatric pulmonologist, a plumber or anything else… where’s the first place you go to find out the answer?  Most people would say they either search...

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Women in Solar Jobs on the Rise: The Possibilities are Endless

Introducing Lisa Spitalieri, Solar Consultant, Sunrise Solar Solutions Lisa Spitalieri, who spent almost 30 years in real estate and interior design, was looking for a “smart and exciting-next step” career move. Her years at William Raveis, Mark Seiden, Houlihan Lawrence...

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Thousands In The Dark Following Tuesday’s Tornado

About 2,000 people lost power on Tuesday as a tornado tore through Westchester and Rockland counties. The National Weather Service said the tornado that caused downed power lines, falling trees and flooded roads was an F1 tornado, with winds...

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Solar is Booming from Sea to Shining Sea

Solar’s rapid growth will continue with over 2 million solar panel system installations throughout the U.S. by the end of 2018, according to USA Today. Solar is picking up speed in almost every state. Here’s a summary of the...

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Preparing for Hurricane Season Power Outages

Hurricane season has started out with a bang this year.  The impacts have been devastating and power outages have already affected many thousands of homes. Since hurricane season lasts through the month of October and oftentimes, into November, it’s...

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Solar is Hot, Hot this Summer!

Soaring Electric Bills and Smart Solar Savings Attract New Solar Customers Did you know that electricity prices are at their highest during the summer months? And, as people become increasingly shocked by exorbitant electric bills and the inevitable summer power...

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Solar Shingles Vs. Solar Panels: What’s the Difference?

Since announcing the launch of our long-awaited solar shingles, we’ve been asked many times about what the difference is between solar panels and solar shingles. This week’s blog will help to answer this question. Choose Solar Shingles When: If you...

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