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.
If you’re like most homeowners, you probably receive your utility bill and pay it off quickly, without worrying too much about the fine print. A majority of us focus on our consumption when trying to manage our electricity expenses, so we overlook key aspects of our monthly statements without noticing that some of the biggest cost drivers are coming from outside of our homes! Are you familiar with third-party electricity suppliers? In...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Every year, over 1 billion people in more than 193 different countries around the world come together to observe Earth Day on April 22. This holiday was originally held in 1970, and every year there are different themes and activities related to ecological stewardship for people to participate in. This year, the main theme of Earth Day is climate action, and the Biden Administration has actually planned a global climate summit to occur on this...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
After a lengthy review and interview process, Solar Wolf Energy is excited to announce that they have been selected as the preferred photovoltaic installer for the Solarize Mass Plus Yarmouth campaign! Solarize Plus Yarmouth has assembled a team of local volunteers to review, onboard and collaborate with the selected installers; the offerings presented by the selected installers will be available only to Yarmouth residents during the Solarize...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Have you ever wondered what a “carbon footprint” is? A carbon footprint is the amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) we generate through our everyday lives. The greenhouse gases we emit through our actions- like carbon dioxide and methane- are partly responsible for the destruction of our natural world. According to Nature.org, in the United States, the average carbon footprint for one person is 16 tons, almost 12 tons over the global average for one...Caroline "EPC Extraordinaire" Coppolaread more
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