Reducing Energy Costs During The Holidays

Let’s face it, everything about the holidays encourages spending as well as giving. Spending money on food, gifts, shopping, decorations and travel can really add up. One extra expense that is often overlooked is your energy bill. Having extra family members over for...

Why Have a Home Generator?

Having a backup home generator can be a life-saver in case of a crisis or a natural disaster. Just one bad snowstorm or tropical storm can land your family without access to electricity for days or even weeks. You don’t want to be in a situation where you and your...

Saving Energy At Home

Energy efficiency has become a high priority for most families and businesses. It is good for the environment, the economy and your budget. Besides being “clean and green” and lowering your carbon footprint, becoming energy efficient presents a great opportunity to...

How Solar Saves for Rainy Days

As fall approaches and the days grow shorter so does the amount of time the sun shines.  Does that mean your solar panels won’t work as well?  After all, if their job is to turn light particles into energy, sunlight is a must, so what happens at night and on rainy...

Coming to Terms with Solar Energy

If you are new to solar energy, or just tired of pretending to understand the terminology and acronyms used to describe it, welcome to your first lesson on solar speak. The following are some of the more basic terms. Plus, we’ve tossed in some fun facts sure to...