Solar panels can provide your home with energy for a very long time and are virtually maintenance-free. Provided the sun continues to shine, photovoltaic modules can provide power for decades. A solar power system consists of not only solar panels, but also batteries, regulators and inverters. The cost of these items and configuring the system can seem high, but the return you can see on your investment and the money you can save in the long run can definitely be worth it.
Fortunately, there are also programs designed to make the process of paying for and installing solar power systems easier for the average person. They include: Continue reading
In order to encourage people to switch to solar energy from conventional energy sources, the government offers solar energy incentives and rebates.
Learn the different rebates and incentives that are available for solar energy now and see how Cool Blew Inc.’s Phoenix AZ solar equipment installation and services can help you both save money and live cleaner!
As we head into the cooler months, most Arizonans begin to see dramatic decreases in their electrical bill. Once the air conditioner is turned off, the savings can be in the hundreds of dollars each month. Of course, this is a welcome relief. Yet, wouldn’t it be even better if the monthly bills were consistently low all year long? Continue reading
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More and more homeowners are choosing to go solar to be both more environmentally-friendly and to save on their monthly utility bills. In the last several years, solar technology has advanced substantially, and the costs for solar installations has dropped significantly. Continue reading
Especially in the South, central air conditioning is a modern amenity without which most of us can’t imagine life. According to the Energy Information Administration, about 67% of Southern homes use their central air systems throughout the year, and it comes as little surprise that they also require more frequent central air repair.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, nearly 68% of United States households utilize central air conditioning. The U.S. is home to a wide range of climates, from frigid to sweltering, that give us all the need to condition our air to our liking. However, this need to be comfortable has to be balanced with the need to meet rising energy costs.
Carbon Rally statistics show that the average American spends almost $300 a year on air conditioning. Although the EIA shows that coal production in the States is at an all-time high, reducing our electricity costs temporarily, as time goes on fossil fuels are set to become only more expensive; this fact will play out in our energy bills, according to the BBC. Americans looking to save money on air conditioning should consider the following tips and tricks for reducing their heating and cooling costs all year round.