Monthly Archives: October 2011

How much can you REALLY save by using an Energy Monitor?

Lord Kelvin, the creator of the Kelvin Scale, is credited with saying “ the first essential step in the direction of learning any subject is to find principles of numerical reckoning and practicable methods for measuring some quality connected with … Continue reading

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How Little can I spend to get an Entry Level Photovoltaic Solar System?

I mean, the least expensive is the easiest for me at the moment, so what is the lowest entry level solar energy system that I can purchase? I don’t hear this question often, but it is a real issue. How … Continue reading

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Does Solar Energy make Financial Sense?

“Now, I know Solar Energy just doesn’t make financial sense yet…..” He told me that with a straight face and obviously believed it.       I thought about his perception of solar for a while- why do we still think solar is out … Continue reading

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