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.
Women in Construction Week is March 6-13! Join Us in Celebrating the Hard Working Ladies of the Solar Industry
The second week of March 2021 is Women in Construction Week! This week is an annual period of awareness for women working in male-dominated building vocations. It was started after the success of the National Association of Women in Construction founded in 1953. Back then, there were even less women in the industry than there are now, and many of them worked in support roles instead of the job site. However, it quickly gained popularity as...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Presidents Day is typically a great time to purchase a car. Dealerships love to hold promotional events this time of year, so if you’re in the market for a new vehicle, Presidents Day is prime time to go car shopping! This year, the circumstances are a little different than usual, but these strange times may actually improve the outlook on car purchasing options for consumers. Over the last year, because the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted just...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
As a national presence in residential and commercial solar energy installation, we at Solar Wolf Energy love renewables more than most. We’re huge supporters of clean energy transition because we know it is the best path our society can take towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions, minimizing the harmful impacts of climate change, and preserving our natural resources. However, we also know that balance and moderation are key elements of any...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
International Polar Bear Day is Coming Up this Saturday. How Does Solar Help Protect Vulnerable Species?
This Saturday, we’ll be observing an international day of awareness for one of the most well-loved apex predators on Earth: the polar bear! Officially classified as Ursus maritimus, the polar bear is an iconic creature that rules the Arctic circle. It is the largest extant bear species on the planet! This powerful animal is considered the most carnivorous of all bear species, feeding primarily on ringed and bearded seals. Though their food...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
More Money In Your Pocket; Congress Extends The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) at 26% Until End of 2022
What Is The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)?The solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is one of the most important federal policy mechanisms to support the growth of solar energy in the United States. Since the ITC was enacted in 2006, the U.S. solar industry has grown by more than 10,000% - creating hundreds of thousands of jobs and investing billions of dollars in the U.S. economy in the process.The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) Gets...Mike "Tech Overlord" Colletteread more
Happy New Year! We’ve successfully completed one more rotation around the sun. Last year was a roller coaster ride for almost everyone on Earth, so shaking off the weight of 2020 feels refreshing... However, plenty of the problems that were looming over us last year will continue to follow us into the future. According to NASA and NOAA, last year was the hottest on record, and 2021 will likely be even more of a scorcher. In addition to rising...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Another month, another surprisingly high electric bill. So many homeowners have accepted their relationship with the utility company to be a necessary evil. Our creature comforts keep us warm and entertained, but making monthly payments for a service that will only get more costly as time goes on has people feeling like they’re stuck in a rat race. If you’re still paying a regular bill to the electric company, you’re in an unfair situation… But...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Following examples set by other energy-efficiency leaders such as California and New Jersey, Massachusetts announced recently that it would be halting the sale of gas-powered vehicles in the Commonwealth by 2035. This is part of the state’s mission to reach 100% carbon neutrality by 2050. In a report published December 2020, titled Massachusetts 2050 Decarbonization Roadmap, the Bay State declares it’s plans to neutralize net carbon emissions by ...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more