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The Rise of Residential Solar

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on July 27, 2016


Residential solar installations have risen dramatically over the past decade. Solar is now mainstream and is no longer seen as something esoteric or alternative: instead, it's seen as a viable option for most homeowners, regardless of income, roof orientation, and lot size.

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Topics: Selling Solar, Environmental Issues, Return on Investment, Residential Solar, Consumer, Dealers

Comparing the ROI of a Solar Tracker vs. Fixed Mount Solar

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on July 24, 2016


As a solar installer, you want to find a solar solution that performs well, lasts for a long time and, perhaps most importantly, produces a strong return on investment for your clients (and, in turn, your business). To help you make your decision, we've taken a deep dive to compare the ROI of fixed-mount and solar tracker systems.

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Topics: Types of Solar, Maximizing Power Production, Return on Investment, Residential Solar, Consumer, Dealers

Sizing a Solar System to Meet Your Energy Needs

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on June 3, 2015

When considering going solar, it's important to match the size and scope of your solar system to the current and projected energy needs of your household. Researching your options for a solar system comes down to two variables: what energy needs must be met, and what the solar resources available in your geographic area are.

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Topics: Sizing a Solar System, Residential Solar, Consumer

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