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!
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 partnered with Loven contracting to install custom-built solar parking structures for Mohave Mental Health Clinic located in Kingman, AZ. Healthcare facilities are … Read more
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 … Read more
There are a lot of many reasons to switch to solar energy – lowering your electricity bill, protecting yourself from rising energy costs, increasing your property value, and a great ROI are just a few. But with so many solar companies giving you different information, it can be hard to be sure that you’re getting … Read more
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 … Read more
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 … Read more
On August 3, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and President Obama announced the Clean Power Plan, which establishes the first-ever national standards to limit carbon pollution from power plants, and is a huge step towards taking action against climate change. The Clean Power Plan sets achievable standards to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32 percent from 2005 … Read more