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.
That time of year is in full swing! Central Massachusetts amassed a whopping 13.8 inches of snow on February 1st, almost beating the 1898 record for 14 inches in a single day. Worcester, MA has actually been ranked the snowiest city in the United States this winter! In total, we’ve accumulated about 53 inches of snow since winter began. Did you lose power during the massive snowstorm that blew through New England this week? If so, you’re not...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
The Solar Energy Industry Association, a national nonprofit collaboration of thousands of solar companies in the United States, made news recently with their 2021 agenda for clean power development. SEIA’s Solar Vision plan details their intentions of working within the framework of the incoming Biden administration to maximize the proliferation of solar development. Beyond adding as much solar to the grid as possible, SEIA forecasts that this...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
In these uncertain times, peace of mind at home is critical. After such a turbulent year, our homes have become more central to our lives than they have been in generations. We’ve learned that working, learning, shopping, eating, and even attending functions can all be done out of the home… And we’ve been reminded that the people most precious to us; those we want to protect and provide for, are there as well. The more time we spend around...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
Every February, the United States observes Black History Month. This is a time for us to emphasize the way that Black American’s contributions have improved our world, acknowledge the impacts of the African diaspora and the struggle that African Americans have endured to fight for civil rights and liberties. Different industries in our economy are taking this month to raise awareness about how Black leaders have positively influenced the work we ...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
We’ve been optimistic about the industry for years now, but even the nay-sayers can’t ignore the progress solar has been making. Over the past couple years, development and consumption of renewable energy has absolutely skyrocketed, with solar smashing expectations and quickly pushing to the front of the pack. Though many Americans once thought renewables could never be effective enough to power the nation, they are quickly overtaking fossil...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Go Green with Us for St. Patrick's Day! Join the #SWETrashTag Challenge to Make Your Community Greener!
This March 17th is one of the most iconic holidays for Irish Americans, or just anyone who likes wearing green - St. Patrick’s Day! To initiate the festivities, we want to encourage our readers to participate in a challenge that will help make our world a little greener. A lot of organizations share tips on going green for St. Patty’s, but we like to mix things up here at Solar Wolf. We want to start a trend that will motivate people to get...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Here at Solar Wolf, we love installing photovoltaics because they save people money, help families slash their bills and achieve financial freedom, and raise property values. However, there are a lot of other things about solar to appreciate. Clean energy does great things for our economy, but it also helps heal the planet from some of the damage it’s taken over history. We see a lot of misinformation about renewables and climate science all...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more