Monthly Archives: May 2013

Sailing with the Sun

You could say we’re pretty passionate about solar around here. So when a client approached us wanting advice on how to install solar panels on his sailboat, we didn’t hesitate. We provided him with two 320 watt panels which now … Continue reading

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LA Coalition Pushes for 20% by 2020

In a city blessed with year round sunshine and plenty of roof space to absorb it, why is only 1% of LA’s electricity being generated by solar? Whatever the excuses may be, we’ve joined a diverse coalition that will not … Continue reading

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More SunPower Than Ever Before

Deserts may look barren to the untrained eye, yet as California’s Antelope Valley proves, they’re a fertile breeding ground for solar. Last Friday, Mark and Andrew took a trip out to what will be the world’s largest solar power plant. … Continue reading

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