So how does solar power work, anyway? We’ve been chasing solar power as a practical energy source for a very long time. In fact, the first working solar cell was invented in 1839! About fifty years later, the first working solar panel was created, however it could only capture about 1% of the solar energy. That’s been Read More
Ok, take a deep breath. You made a big decision. You decided to put a solar panel system on your house. You’re joining the smart people who are taking control of their electric costs. All the while, you’re doing something good for the planet. Wait a second – you’re going to use Harmon Solar, right? Ok, Read More
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APS offers Renewable Energy Incentive Program opportunities to homeowners and businesses who install various renewable energy sources. Amounts will vary based on the type of technology used and the scope of your project. For example, APS now offers homeowners $.60 per kWh incentive for grid PV Systems for their utility customers. This is down significantly from the Read More
We’d like to shed some light on ways you can save on your energy bill. Join us as we discuss how you can enjoy greater savings – and energy independence – at Harmon Solar’s FREE solar workshop. Monday, December 12th Sun City Grand’s Palo Verde Room in Surprise, AZ 12pm – 1:30pm / Lunch will Read More
Solar energy is becoming a very popular choice of alternative energy for many residential homeowners. Solar energy is produced by installing solar panels on the top of your roof, where they can gather the sun’s rays the best. Once the sun’s energy is captured, the solar energy system is able to convert that energy into Read More
Being able to maximize the incentive paid by the utility can be the ultimate determining factor as to a commercial solar project’s financial feasibility.