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Maximizing your home solar system<\/a><\/h2>\n\t

Now that your solar system is up and you’re happily enjoying the\u00a0size\u2014or lack thereof\u2014of your electricity bill, it’s time to maximize the kilowatt-hours\u00a0your system can generate. Take into\u00a0consideration the variations in\u00a0seasons and weather. When there is\u00a0less sunshine the system will harvest less solar energy. On the other hand, the\u00a0days are longer. The power generated\u00a0by your […]<\/p>\n<\/div>\n <\/article>\n\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Differences in Solar Installs<\/a><\/h2>\n\t

Californians rank first in solar energy in the US. As of February 2015, sunny CA has 245,611 active solar projects and 2,347 megawatts of solar installed. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, California is capable of powering 1,897,300 homes through solar alone. Despite much success, many Californians still mistakenly believe that solar is not […]<\/p>\n<\/div>\n <\/article>\n\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Solar Power: Some Quick Facts<\/a><\/h2>\n\t

The Earth receives more energy from our sun in\u00a0an hour\u00a0than we can\u00a0consume in a year. The sun\u00a0is powered by nuclear fusion, producing\u00a0energy when hydrogen fuses into helium. Solar panels harvest that energy. How does it\u00a0work? Solar\u00a0panels are made from semiconductor materials that give off electrons — energy — when excited by light. Most solar panels […]<\/p>\n<\/div>\n <\/article>\n\n <\/div>\n<\/div>