Harmon Solar Goes Green and Saves Big

With the recent purchase of our very own office building, Harmon Solar is now able to go green! For several weeks, we have been working on a large project, installing our own solar shade structure. We opted for this type of system to optimize the space required for housing the amount of panels required for Read More

Harmon Solar Installs Donated Solar System on Habitat for Humanity Home

On a cold, windy Saturday morning earlier this month, employees from Harmon Solar and Harmon Electric volunteered their time to install a donated solar system on a Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona Home in North Phoenix. The install took place the same day the Sabbara family moved in to their new home. The 12-panel, 2.7 Read More

Phoenix Suns Commit $1.25 Million to Solar Power, a clean, & renewable energy source

The Phoenix Suns have gone green. The professional basketball team, in association with Arizona Public Service and the City of Phoenix has installed a 17,000 square-foot solar panel array to the roof Sun’s US Airways Center of the parking garage.  The 966 panel structure will generate an estimated 378,000 kilowatt-hours per year.  The new solar Read More

Harmon Solar is featured in Arizona Republic for Habitat for Humanity Project

On December 3, volunteers from Harmon Solar installed donated solar systems on two neighboring Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills (HFHDF) homes in Arizona. The first system was installed on HFHDF’s 25thhome, which is the organization’s first house ever to receive solar and the first home to receive an Energy Star rating. Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills Read More

Harmon Solar to Donate Solar Systems for all Future Arizona Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills Homes

First Solar Install Ever was completed on December 3, 2011 on Habitat’s 25th Home On December 3, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 20 volunteers from Harmon Solar installed donated solar systems on two neighboring Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills (HFHDF) homes in Arizona. The first system was installed on HFHDF’s 25th home, which is Read More

Phoenix Homeowner Partners with Government to Install Solar Panels and Gain Huge Cost Savings

When the sun penetrates advanced photovoltaic solar cells there are two opposing materials inside that generate positive and negative charges. Many cells combine to make a great deal of power. What is not used is directed into the public power grid for a credit that can be used against times when power must be drawn back out. The net Read More

Phoenix, Arizona, Residential Home Gets Energy Savings Upgrade For the New Century

Some say this is the century of green energy, yet the green is not all in the energy, but in the hand as well. Solar panels turn light into electricity, and that can make your meter spin backwards and put green money back into your hands. The cost of installation of a solar panel can be quickly recovered and the Read More

Phoenix, Arizona, Homeowner Contacts Harmon Solar Professionals to Help Install Solar Power Systems

Solar power homes are more than energy efficient homes. They generate power back into the public grid that does not create greenhouse gases and contributes to a greener world. When light strikes photovoltaic solar cells, it is converted to DC power. That is converted to alternating current that powers homes and businesses. The outgoing flow of energy can even Read More

Green Solar Power Gives a Stock Car Racer’s Dreams a Boost In Phoenix, Arizona Home

The most efficient kinds of materials for turning light into electricity are called photovoltaic materials. These are used in advance solar power systems to make photovoltaic solar panel modules. These are the high-quality solar panel technology that Harmon Solar installs on residential and commercial structures. In Phoenix, Arizona, our professionals at Harmon Solar received a Read More

Phoenix Arizona Residential Homeowner Saves Money By Installing Photovoltaic Solar Panels

Solar energy helps families save money by converting solar energy into electricity. This happens when a solar panel captures UV rays from the sun. It then converts those rays into direct current (DC) electricity. The DC needs to be converted to alternating current (AC) because that is what is used in a home. This method Read More