Solar Wolf Energy Blog
The Solar Wolf Energy Blog is a place for us to share our thoughts and opinions about the Solar industry, the movement to adapting clean & renewable energy, and news about our incredible company - Solar Wolf Energy Inc.
Elon Musk Admits: "Significant Mistakes" Were Made with the Solar Roof. Where Do Consumers Go from Here?
As a well-established solar energy company with experience installing a variety of photovoltaic equipment, we are used to answering questions about the quality and trustworthiness of brands and their products. We’ve worked with a number of manufacturers over the years, and we’re not afraid to honestly communicate our opinion on the value of a product if we feel it would not serve our clients well. We’ve also stopped installing certain products...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
Have you heard the buzz? Word on Sustainability Street is: electric vehicle chargers are going to be popping up everywhere over the next decade! You may have heard some recent news about state-by-state EV mandates - Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland, Vermont, Maine, New York, New Jersey, California, and Oregon have all declared that they will be gradually phasing out the sale of gas-powered vehicles and replacing them with...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
Clouds are not really the obstacle they appear to be. Many people think solar panels work best in sun-blasted regions with few or no clouds. That's not quite true. Solar panels produce energy by converting sunlight to direct current (DC) and then an inverter turns that into alternating current (AC), which is the type of power most houses run on. Cloudy days create an estimated power drop-off of about 10 to 25 percent from what you see on a sunny ...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
For a long time, many homeowners believed that if they didn’t have cash available, or the tax appetite and credit history to qualify for a loan, that solar would be unattainable for them. Well, we’re here to share the exciting news that solar can become a reality for most anyone, even folks on a fixed income. Solar Wolf Energy has teamed up with SunPower, a solar provider who provides the highest quality solar panels available, to offer...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
We’re so excited to work with SunPower, we just can’t stay quiet about it! By uniting the recognition of our superior install quality with SunPower’s industry-leading technology, performance and warranty, we can deliver greater peace of mind to our customers. Today, we want to get up-close and personal with the SunPower’s warranty, to show you how you can rely on Solar Wolf Energy to install a photovoltaic system that can provide you with...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
Despite the economic and logistical challenges of the last year, we are excited to see how the solar energy industry continues to grow! The United States’ solar industry has added an impressive amount of new renewable capacity over the past year, and is set to expand even more over the next decade. Today, we’ll be investigating an article from the Solar Energy Industries Association that chronicles how the United States is developing new clean...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Father’s Day is this weekend, and we want to suggest a somewhat unconventional gift for your old man. In a world where consumerism is pushed on us during holidays, it might be challenging to find something to show your dad that you appreciate all he’s done to support you and your family throughout your lives. What can you give to your father that stands out from typical gifts that will benefit him years after receiving it? We suggest investing...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Working with photovoltaics is not without its occupational risks. Carrying heavy equipment up and down ladders onto the rooftops of buildings and securing personal fall arrest systems are challenging enough, but solar installers and electricians have other safety considerations to take into account as well. The risk of electrocution is present whenever a solar energy system is under load, whether that energy is coming from the utility company or ...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
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