Author: Veronica Hodur

PUCN Public Comment

On Monday, November 16, the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada has scheduled a public comment session on its agenda regarding the vote on the future rates and incentives for energy in Nevada. In August of this year, the PUCN voted unanimously to extend the net...

The Future of Nevada Solar

Solar energy in Las Vegas has seen an increase over the years, meaning Las Vegas residents see the need for clean energy. Since Las Vegas is the fourth sunniest city in the United States, seeing the sunshine 85 percent of the year, the valley is...

Nevada Solar and the PUCN Decision

Rooftop solar has seen a substantial boom in the city of Las Vegas over the last couple of years. Most see and understand the direction that the city wants to take, utilizing more renewable, clean energy such as solar. Who could blame them? Las Vegas...

The PUCN and Net Metering

On Monday, November 16th, the PUCN has scheduled a public comment session on its agenda. We would like to ask all of our solar supporters, those who have solar installed and those who are considering going solar in the near future, to join us and voice...

Technology Behind Solar Panels

The sun has an incredible way of letting the world know the energy it contains through the light it produces or the reddening effects of a sunburn. In the recent years, solar energy has become a popular method of obtaining electricity. Las Vegas is a...

Why You Should Choose Sol-Up USA

My name is Zack and I am the product manager of Sol-Up USA. I would like to let you know why I personally would choose Sol-Up for my installation. We have a new solar module that’s one of the new, glass-encased, solar modules. It is...

The Great Debate – Buying or Leasing Solar Panels?

There are many pros and cons to consider when making a decision to buy or lease solar panels. A lot of the decision making depends on your individual financial situation and future goals. Going solar has gone down in price over the years due to...

Nevada Co-Op Adds Utility Scale Solar Power for Community

A Nevada electric cooperative has revealed arrangements for a utility-grade solar-power based venture that will convey 15 megawatts of clean energy to its individuals in 2016 with a promise to lower the community’s average electricity bill dramatically. The declaration came amid a renewable energy discussion...