When you install a solar energy system, you should be able to determine how well it is running. The best way to do that is through solar monitoring.
Power purchase agreements (PPAs) have become increasingly popular in today’s solar marketplace. However, you’re probably wondering how PPAs work and why more businesses are choosing to take advantage of the benefits they offer.
You’ve probably heard that net metering is being phased out in Connecticut, but you may not understand the implications. While net metering impacts consumers and the commercial solar industry, it primarily affects homeowners.
One of the most significant benefits of deploying a solar energy system to meet your electricity demands is that they require almost no maintenance and little monitoring.
Zero emission renewable energy certification (ZREC) programs are just one of the many ways you can maximize the value of your solar energy investment.
If you’re a real estate developer and you’re interested in a solar energy system, now’s the time to act while solar rebates, tax credits, and incentives are at an all-time high.
With legislators revamping the way solar incentives work in Connecticut, you may be wondering how to maximize the value of your solar investment.
As you begin planning your next renewable energy initiative, foreseeing and addressing potential issues before they slow you down is critical to the ongoing success of your project.
In a previous post, we outlined general solar energy maintenance requirements. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at maintenance for solar panels in particular.
In 2018, Connecticut legislators passed a policy to dismantle net metering for renewable energy sources. Despite widespread, proven successes in our state and others, regulatory policies did away with net metering, sending ripples throughout Connecticut’s thriving solar industry.