Is it Worth it to Charge my Electric Vehicle with Solar?

We know that one of the best environmental practices is to get yourself an electric vehicle, but wouldn’t it be much cleaner for the environment if you were able to charge it with the solar energy that you produce? Just like saving money on that pesky trip to the gas station, you can also save … Read more

Are You Interested In (so called) Free Solar? 

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Is Rooftop Solar really free? The truth is that many homeowners can make the switch for the same or less than they are currently paying for electricity. So for no additional cost, you may be able to make the switch to solar, and in that sense, the switch to solar is “free.”

Flagstaff Collision Center Goes Solar

Commercial Solar installation on the roof of Flagstaff Collision Center

Rooftop Solar partnered with the Flagstaff Collision Center and their construction contractor, WesPac Construction, to harness the power of the sun by installing an 83.2 kW solar array at their new location in East Flagstaff. 

3 Key Reasons to Go Solar in the Summer

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Every season is a good season to go solar but due to incentives, higher production, and larger bills, you may see the most benefit from making to switch during the summer months.

Section 201 Tariff Update

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You may have heard about the new solar tariffs. The ITC proposed a tariff that is expected to be applied to solar panels sometime in the next two months. Tariffs have been proposed as high as 35%. The expected deadline for a decision is between January 12th and January 26th. Throughout the industry solar prices … Read more

UPDATED: The APS Deadline is August 31, 2017

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Well, it’s official. The value of solar is about to change, but you still have a chance to get grandfathered. The ACC has voted and approved the APS Rate Review Agreement. It is now confirmed that the final solar grandfathering date is Thursday, August 31, 2017 for completed applications. That means you have TEN DAYS to complete … Read more

Micro-inverters Vs. String Inverters in Hot Climates

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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

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