Tag Archives: Clean Energy

Project Spotlight: Trinity Heights United Methodist Church Author:

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SYSTEM SIZE: 173,140 watts (73.14 kW) SYSTEM TYPE: Rooftop Solar with UPS Battery Back-up; Grid-Tied ESTIMATED CO2 REDUCTION: 186,872.7 lbs per year EQUIPMENT & FEATURES:  Canadian Solar Modules, IronRidge Racking, Powerone Aurora Trio Inverters Trinity Heights United Methodist Church is located in Flagstaff, Arizona in the fast-growing and enterprising area of 4th Street. The Flagstaff team […]

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December Promotion! Sign up for solar for amazing savings! Author:

We’re rollin’ out a new promotion for you this holiday season! Apply for solar for the month of December and get a free 6 months of energy! Get yourself a free quote today and experience the benefits of clean energy!    

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KJZA Radio – Arizona Energy Crossroads w/ Lucy Mason Author:

Recently our Rooftop Solar VP of Sales and Marketing, Derek Turner,  was interviewed by Lucy Mason with AriSEIA, for the talk show ‘Arizona Energy Crossroads’ on KJZA 89. Have a listen to what he’s got to say about the solar industry, the beginning of Rooftop Solar, LLC and the recent APS proposal to the ACC!

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Project Spotlight: Mohave Mental Health Clinic Author:

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SYSTEM SIZE: 140,760 watts (140.76 Kw) SYSTEM TYPE: Solar Parking Canopies; Grid-tied. ESTIMATED CO2 REDUCTION: 8,297,939 lbs. EQUIPMENT & FEATURES:  Canadian Solar Modules, IronRidge Racking, Custom Steel Parking Canopies, 12 Solar String Inverters. Rooftop Solar installed custom-built solar parking structures for Mohave Mental Health Clinic located in Kingman, AZ.  To help make this project happen, Rooftop Solar […]

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Going Solar: What You Should Know Author:

Understanding your current utility costs and the extent that solar will affect those costs is very important in making the decision to switch to solar. It is also important to understand how solar PV systems work, and what factors can affect your production levels. So, let’s go over it! First, let’s break down your utility […]

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5 Reasons We Are Thankful For Solar Author:

Thankful for Solar Energy

This holiday season, we look back and reflect on the things we are thankful for. For us here at Rooftop Solar, we sure are thankful for solar energy – for many so many reasons! Here’s a just a few:  1. Sunshine is Infinite – and Free!  The sun comes up every morning, and will continue to […]

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Solar Financing: You’ve got options Author:

Invest in the sun when you make the switch to solar.

You’re probably already aware of the many reasons to switch to solar energy – lowering if not eliminating your electricity bill, protecting yourself from rising energy costs, an increase in your property value, and a great ROI. Solar panels and installation costs are not an expense, they are a long-term investment. When it comes to financing your new […]

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Going Solar: How to work with your HOA Author:

With solar, your home might look a little differently than your neighbors... But your energy bill will look VERY different.

If you own your home, you are most likely aware of whether or not you belong to an HOA, or Homeowners Association; an organization (usually non-profit) meant to maintain the attractiveness, upkeep, and value of residential communities. In order to do so, each community’s Homeowners Association has a set of bylaws and rules and regulations. When […]

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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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In Honor of Earth Day: 10 Ways to Be More Eco-Friendly Author:

"The Earth is what we all have in common" - Wendell Berry

Tomorrow, April 22, is Earth Day. A day where we celebrate the Earth and demonstrate our support and activism for environmental protection. This year is a very historical Earth Day, because China, India, and the U.S. – the three largest projected emitters into the next several decades – have agreed to sign the Paris Agreement for […]

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