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Do Solar Panels Work on Cloudy Days?

Do Solar Panels Work on Cloudy Days?

Solar panels are sweeping the nation. In 2008, the United States had .34 gigawatts of solar power capacity. The country now has 97.2 gigawatts, enough to power 18 million homes.  Solar power is cheap and environmentally friendly. Despite its benefits, many people have questions about it....

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Why Solar Energy is the Future

Why Solar Energy is the Future

Nobody likes rolling blackouts. Power disruptions are indicative of a shortage of electricity. Demands for electricity continue to grow with all the technological advancements these days. Are you using the latest side-by-side refrigerator? How about the latest 8k resolution Smart TV? They would be...

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What Are the Different Types of Solar Panels?

What Are the Different Types of Solar Panels?

In 2019 the U.S. surpassed 2 million solar installations nationwide with forecasts expecting that number to double by 2023. With so many people eager to embrace this new wave of clean energy, it can be difficult to know what types of solar panels are best suited to your specific needs. Thankfully,...

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Are Solar Panels Right for You?

Are Solar Panels Right for You?

Are Solar Panels Right for You? Rising energy costs are driving many homeowners to seriously consider installing solar panels on their home. This is especially true in Orange County and Los Angeles – and throughout most of California – where the sun shines most of the year and the costs of air...

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3 Worst Solar Power Misconceptions

3 Worst Solar Power Misconceptions

3 Worst Solar Power Misconceptions Solar panel installations have been around for decades, yet as an Orange County Solar contractor, it seems that the public continues to think of this as a “new” energy source. As advances are made with solar products, there...

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