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Issue 4 – SEE Report Helps Homeowners Sift through their Solar Energy Estimates…

Published on May 26, 2012 by

Comparing solar estimates from several installers can be a daunting task for many homeowners. Considering the data used to prepare the quote, the variations in quoting software systems, and the terminology that is unique to the solar industry – it’s understandable that homeowners can get overwhelmed. At its annual “solar summit” in 2009, Solar Tech’s

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Issue 3 – the Solar Decathlon

College students are flexing their “solar energy” muscles… When we think about visiting Washington, D.C., we usually think of the Capitol, the White House, gorgeous monuments, and the Smithsonian. But for solar energy enthusiasts, here’s another great reason to travel to Washington D.C. this fall. From Sept. 23 through Oct. 2, the U.S. Department of

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Issue 2 – Solar Air Conditioning

Published on July 16, 2011 by

A note from  Chris Lollini… The weatherman is predicting a heat-wave for most of the United States in the next week…which, in some locations will mean a huge demand on the electrical grid. It may result in brown-outs, rolling black-outs…and for those homeowners who rely solely on electricity from the local utility – you might

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Issue 1 – From the Publisher…Chris Lollini

Published on July 2, 2011 by

So here we go… Today we’re launching our new weekly inbox magazine – “Your Solar News” – and I’m really looking forward to connecting each week with people who are also passionate about solar energy. Recently, I’ve been describing the atmosphere for solar energy as a “perfect storm” and here’s why: 1) The rising cost

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