21Jul/21
Invironmental Impact of Solar Energy

Environmental Benefits of Solar Energy

Solar energy is the most abundant, cleanest, and most economical form of energy available to us. Solar Power produces no noise, air, or water pollution.

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14Jul/21
Green Building

What is Green Building

If you’re interested in learning more about green building or want to add solar to your green building project, We can inform you of all your solar options.

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07Jul/21
Hirst solar consulting

What Makes a Zero Net Energy Home?

For a home to be a Net Zero Energy Home it must produce as much energy as they consume.

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30Jun/21
Hirst solar consulting

Things to Consider When You’re Shopping Solar.

Investing in solar is beneficial to almost everyone. You just have to know the best solar solution for your particular situation.

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23Jun/21
what you need to know about the solar tax credit

What You Need to Know About the Solar Tax Credit

The Solar Tax Credit, or the Federal Investment Tax credit, is a federal tax credit available to homeowners, businesses, and home builders who make qualifying energy efficiency upgrades to homes, businesses, or building projects.

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16Jun/21

What is the Timeline For Solar Installation?

What happens after the solar contract is signed? Where install time will vary, the steps are the same.

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09Jun/21

7 Questions to Ask During Your Solar Consultation

So you’ve made the appointment or appointments if you’re getting competing quotes. Now what? Here are some questions to ask during your consultation.

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02Jun/21

How Much Do Solar Panels Cost?

To get an idea of what a solar system will cost you first need to understand the information used to build the quote.

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26May/21

Why Solar is the Answer to Texas Grid Problems

After ERCOTS epic failure this winter. It might be time for Texans to take their energy production into their own hands.

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19May/21
Are Summer Blackouts on the Horizon for Texas

Are Summer Blackouts On the Horizon for Texas?

Texans use exponentially more electricity in the summer than the winter, so wondering if blackouts are expected after grid failure in this past winter is a fair question.

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