Did you know that Sunlight Solar Energy is authorized to install some of the most popular in-home electric vehicle chargers? Well we are! If you drive an electric vehicle, adding a charging station to your home may be a good option to consider. Level One or Level Two? What’s the best option for you? […]
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) announced today plans to extend the Commonwealth’s successful Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC 2) program further into 2017 along with a new proposal for a long-term replacement of the program. Since its inception, the SREC 2 program has led Massachusetts to more than 1,600 megawatts of solar development […]
Commercial buildings are wonderful for solar. In general, they have expansive, often flat, roof spaces that have plenty of room for arrays that can significantly offset electric bills. Milano-Self Storage’s 24,000 square foot building in Madison, Connecticut was the perfect place for a solar installation.
Solarize Connecticut, Connecticut’s award winning and groundbreaking town-based solar program is expanding outreach exclusive to faith communities. Solarize with Faith is a coalition of faith communities that works together to help faith group members install residential solar. While an individual house of worship cannot provide the critical mass to allow a solar installer to pass […]
There are many different financing options for going solar. It depends on the homeowners’ goals and plans to determine which one makes sense. If you’ve done or are are planning on doing some energy efficiency upgrades, a Smart-E Loan might be worth considering.
We love completing municipal solar installations because the benefits are so numerous. We recently energized a solar photovoltaic system at Westmoor Park in West Hartford, CT. Westmoor Park is unique in that it is more than a town park- it is a self-funded environmental education center.
One of the benefits of producing your own electricity through a solar photovoltaic system is being protected from rising electric rates. While it is true that occasionally rates will stay the same for awhile, or even go down slightly, the general trend is that they will rise.