Thinking about leasing your solar power? Think again. There’s another way to get solar power with no money down and it comes with a big benefit that leasing doesn’t have: tax credits! Read More . . .
Some mornings Nona Schuler would make the teeth-jarring drive along a washboard dirt road from her home on the Navajo Nation to her job in town only to discover when she got there that her earrings didn’t match. Without electricity and lighting, it was often difficult for her to see what she was doing in those early morning hours. Read More . . .
SDG&E pre-emptively shuts off power when winds are high in the designated wildfire areas. If power is turned off there are a number of proactive steps homeowners and business owners can take such as install a solar electric power system with battery backup. The solar can be backed up with a generator to provide a hybrid system for all weather conditions. Read More . . .
You can generate electricity with potatoes! Most everyone learns this in elementary school science class, and they have fun with it. Kids love lighting up tiny light bulbs and powering small electronics with potato batteries. It makes for a cool science experiment and a great way to teach kids the concept of generating electricity chemically. Read More . . .