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Homeowners looking to reduce their carbon footprint are likely considering alternate sources of energy such as solar power and zero-emission transportation like electric cars. Fortunately, solar panels and electric cars are a match made in heaven.Similar to the way an electric vehicle (EV) does not contribute to pollution, generate savings by reducing mileage costs, and avoiding the ever-rising price of fuel, solar panels can help save you a lot ...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
The so-called “Full Wolf Moon,” which rises Jan. 10, will also coincide with a penumbral lunar eclipse that will be visible to some looking skyward — depending on where you live in the world.According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, the January full Moon was dubbed the "Wolf" Moon by Native Americans because it occurred at a time of year when wolves would be howling with hunger. As eclipses of the moon go, today's Wolf Moon lunar eclipse will...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
During thousands of visits about solar power to homes or business and countless conversations there are times when a “no” is necessary. Sometimes these responses are mine…and sometimes they are the customers. I personally like them. I will give you a little background to help you understand why.Since 1984 in some way I have been trying to put bricks in a wall. That wall is a defensive wall for my children and for the coming generations. I see...Jeff Hickson LEED APread more
We gather on Thanksgiving to be thankful for what we have, for the family we love, the friends we cherish, the teamwork at our company, the life-long customers we've made and for all the blessings that will follow.Thanksgiving is more than the festivities, it gives us time to ponder upon what lessons we learnt and how we can spread happiness around, to look back at all the great memories and good people who came into our lives. We appreciate you ...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
Choosing a Solar Installer can be the most challenging part of your solar buying process. The good news is that there are plenty of solar installers out there. The bad news is there are lots of bad apples in that bunch. Many Solar Installers simply vanish along with your warranties to never be found again. Others do a horrible job of installing your Solar Panels - ranging from faulty electrical wiring and unaligned panels to even leaving holes...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
Now, more than ever, it's time to protect your family with home solar and batteries.The Pandemic And Your Electric BillFrom coast to coast, many states are fighting the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) with shelter in place orders. Parents are home with their children because schools are not opening back up to full time learning and more and more businesses are urging their employees to work from home. Because of this, many Americans will be...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
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Over the years I have walked into thousands of homes and businesses to talk about solar. For many it has been their first conversation. More often than not recently it has been their second or third time they are looking at solar. Often the first question I am asked is "What panel are you selling?"Usually this lends to me to understand that this customer has been "sold" on certain panels. For the customer this is confusing as everybody advises...Jeff Hickson LEED APread more