Powering Your Future

What we can learn from the Texas power outage

Feb 17, 2021 11:43:49 AM / by Elise Vue posted in renewable energy, power outage, electrical grid, energyinnovation

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Power system operators are supposed to anticipate strain on the grid during winter months and yet in Texas things didn't go as they should have, prompting blackouts. What went wrong and are there any similarities between events in Texas and the California blackouts from last summer?

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Do you really save money with solar panels and batteries?

Feb 16, 2021 5:56:51 PM / by Elise Vue

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Often times homeowners who are in the market for solar and battery ask the following questions:

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Solar Panel Cost Calculator in Seconds!

Feb 15, 2021 5:28:48 PM / by Elise Vue posted in solar company, solar calculator, solar panel calculator, how much solar do I need, home solar

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For the first time ever, energy is now an integral part of our lifestyles, embedded in the fabric of our well-being and lifestyles. To have power outages almost feels archaic. This means no access to electricity, our digital networks, family and friends, or even work. And in some cases, water.

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Benefits of Solar Energy to the Environment

Feb 11, 2021 7:05:03 PM / by Elise Vue posted in solar, solar panels, energy savings, Rooftop solar, solar benefits, solar advantages, solar company

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Solar Energy Benefits

How does solar energy help the environment? Although not visible to the naked eye, renewable energy’s advantages and positive impact are endless. 

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Can solar panels really save you money?

Feb 1, 2021 9:25:31 PM / by Elise Vue

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We’re all far too familiar with bills stacking up and costing more and more each year. One of the most unpredictable monthly charges homeowners face is an electric bill. Utilities are constantly changing base charges, “peak rates,” and even how much power you can use. Homeowners in Northern California are even more painfully aware of the fragility of our electric grid. The demand for electricity is too high for our poorly-maintained grid, and this has resulted in more frequent blackouts and power shutdowns from PG&E. Fire season heightens the need for safe power shutdowns, and we’re now seeing that fire season is becoming longer and more dangerous as years go on.

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How much do solar panels cost for a 3000 square foot house?

Feb 1, 2021 9:15:34 PM / by Elise Vue posted in solar, solar panels, solar systems, energy savings, electric bills, Rooftop solar

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When it comes to sizing the right solar system for your home and the costs associated, there can be a lot of uncertainty and confusion. We get it. It’s a big decision. 

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Average Cost of Solar Panels For a 3 Bedroom House

Jan 18, 2021 4:32:58 PM / by Elise Vue posted in renewable energy, solar panels, solar systems, energy savings

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A few factors will determine how much you will pay for solar roof install on a 3 bedroom house. These factors include:

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How to Access Your PG&E Bill

Oct 21, 2020 6:43:47 PM / by Elise Vue posted in Power Shutdown, solar, solar panels, solar systems, energy savings, home battery, outages, generators, CA Flex Alert, electric bills, solar appointment

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Westhaven Enrolls in Pilot with PG&E to Expedite Home Battery Storage Projects

Sep 21, 2020 5:20:18 PM / by Elise Vue posted in Power Shutdown, solar, solar panels, solar systems, energy savings, home battery, outages, generators, CA Flex Alert

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Home Backup Power For Heatwaves - Labor Day Weekend

Sep 4, 2020 9:35:59 AM / by Elise Vue posted in Power Shutdown, solar, solar panels, solar systems, energy savings, home battery, outages, generators, CA Flex Alert

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