With California’s next fire season just a few months away, everyone is scrambling to install rooftop solar panels and electricity-storing batteries on their homes to keep food refrigerated and mobile phones charged during the power shutoffs to come.
Solar energy is the technology used to harness the sun's energy and make it useable. As of 2011, the technology produced less than one tenth of one percent of global energy demand.
We don't generally discuss politics, but when we see a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill pass through the Senate, House and Trump with flying colors, it's worth a mention and is something to celebrate.
We have been closely monitoring the situation around COVID-19 (also known as the coronavirus), and we realize that this is a time of great uncertainty. We get it.
Until now, solar technology was a thing for utilitarians and climate change fanatics. Fast forward to today, where Public Power Safety Shutoffs (PSPS), solar mandates, wildfires, coupled with a pandemic, are frankly the new normal, you must think about a more long-term investment. Specifically, a solution that is affordable, reliable, and in the best interest for your family, so your loved can power through.