Election Day 2016 is one for the books!

Election Day 2016
November 8th, 2016 (Election Day 2016) will mark a historic day for the United States of America and the rest of the world as American Citizens hit the polls to vote and welcome in a new presidential candidate. Many Americans will agree that this year’s election has been the most dramatic election, probably […]

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Reduce your heating costs !

How to reduce your heating costs during the cold seasons
No matter where you live, the fall and winter seasons can get extremely chilly. Although oil and gas prices have fallen, it can still be very expensive to keep a warm house during the cold. Below are some tips that will help reduce your heating costs as the […]

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Solar panels surpass coal for the first time

Solar panels surpass coal power generation in the United Kingdom. Solar panel renewable energy is gaining ground throughout the globe. The UK just reported generating nearly 7,000 gigawatt hours of electricity between April and September this year, all from solar. The sun is one of the biggest energy resources in our solar system. Solar is one of […]

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Solar Homeowners: How to Prepare for El Niño

As a solar homeowner you may be wondering what precautions you should be taking as El Niño gradually approaches California. You want to protect your rooftop solar panels especially with high winds, potential hail, and heavy rain. However, don’t worry! Solar panels are designed and installed to combat strong weather conditions.

Titan Solar Construction has sketched out a […]

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California to Generate 50% of Its Electricity from Renewable Sources Such as Solar

Solar Power as a Major Force in New Climate Change Bill
California Governor Jerry Brown has just signed SB 350 which was introduced by Senate leader Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles). This bill aims to increase the use of renewable energy such as solar and wind as part of a worldwide effort to combat climate change while improving […]

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Floating Cities-Viable Answer to Overpopulation

Floating Ecosystems-A Sustainable Alternative
From inhabitat.com

The inspiration for floating cities stems from the major problems facing the 21st century, such as land shortages, rising sea levels and growing C02 emissions, all of which many suspect will lead to the demise of our land-dependent population sooner rather than later.

The creators of Blue 21 believe future communities will […]

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By |August 26th, 2015|Energy Efficiency, Solar Power News|Comments Off on Free Energy Efficiency Audit

Renew, Reuse, Recycle

The Power of Recycling Your Plastics
From eart911.com
Two-thirds of plastics recycling in the U.S. comes from common household and commercial items like bottles, shopping bags, and food containers. What accounts for the rest? And what does all that plastic become when it’s recycled? Learn more about the material that accounts for 300 million tons of production a […]

By |August 25th, 2015|Energy Efficiency, Solar Power News, The Environment|Comments Off on Renew, Reuse, Recycle

LADWP Planning Rate Hikes

L.A. Department of Water and Power Wants to Raise an Additional $270 Million Per Year
If you are an LADWP customer you should expect another rate increase soon as their board seeks to raise money to pay for system improvements for both water and power usage. Their goal is $180 million per year for power alone, […]

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Financing Your Solar Power Panel System

Financing Your Solar Power System
Is it better to buy with cash, get a Hero loan, or lease your new solar energy system?
There are benefits to each type of financing. See which option is right for you.
Cash Purchase…. The benefit of a cash purchase is that you will own your solar system, and you will get to […]

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