Project Spotlight: San Francisco de Asis Parish and School Author:

An aerial view of the solar panels installed on San Francisco de Asis Catholic Church

System Type: Custom Roof Mount; Grid-Tied System Size: 116.82 kW; School and Sanctuary Equipment & Features: – (396) 295 Watt PV Modules – Custom S5 Metal Roofing Hardware – Fronius Symo Inverters Estimated CO2 Reduction: 9,702,182 lbs In the spring of 2018, Rooftop Solar finished construction on the award winning San Francisco De Asis Catholic […]

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5 Spectacular Solar Powered Art Sculptures Author:

Solar power inspires so many – especially through solar powered art! While we work in a more industrial capacity, we are constantly inspired by artists who are renovating the use of solar through their creative work. Seed-Pod by artist Dee Dee Morrison Located at Xavier University in New Orleans, LA, this beautiful and intricate sculpture […]

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A Beautiful Future | Our Hopes and Dreams for the Coming Years! Author:

Solar Power Hopeful Future

It’s so easy to get bogged down by the constant bombardment of negative news and stories that flood our minds every day. There is a high probability that when we are engaging with the news that it is going to be doom and gloom. We at Rooftop Solar didn’t get into the solar business because […]

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Our Predictions for the Solar Industry in 2018! Author:

2017 was an amazing year for the solar industry! Advancements in technology and reduction in prices have continued to make solar the obvious choice for residential and commercial energy needs. Below you will find a list of our personal predictions for the coming year. Prediction #1: More growth in batteries (Kayley) The vast majority of […]

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Now Hiring: Social Media Manager / Graphic Designer Author:

What makes you different? That’s a question we get asked every day. The truth is most solar companies do a similar thing, but we’re not all the same. Rooftop Solar was built on culture. Every person we hire is an important part of a team that is building on a vision.  At Rooftop Solar, if […]

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Micro-inverters Vs. String Inverters in Hot Climates Author:

Solar Micro-Inverters Vs. String-Inverters

There is a lot of talk out there about how micro-inverters used in hot climates such as Phoenix, AZ, don’t do as well or have higher failure rates than traditional string inverters. We’re going to break down why this is a myth, but first we’ll start off with the basics: The difference between string inverters […]

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