Solar

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...

Nevada Solar Industry Cheers in Unison Due to PUC Vote

  Sol-Up USA employees along with the entire solar industry were ecstatic this past Wednesday after the PUC (Public Utilities Commission) voted to keep existing net metering rates the same through the end of 2015. Many solar panel companies were frightened of the fact that the...

Short-Term vs. Long-Term Financing

Any firm or person that is anticipating starting up a new business or venturing into new financial endeavors requires sufficient funding to do such. This is often the case with solar power company customers. Long-term and short-term financing are distinctive to one another primarily as...

The Difference Between Alternative and Renewable Energy

Although alternative energy and renewable energy both work to cut down on carbon emissions, there is a stark difference between the two. For starters, alternative energy is not infinite in supply like renewable energy, which, as the name suggests, is always available, similar to solar...

3 Common Myths About Solar Power

There are many myths surrounding the capability of solar power and solar panels, particularly in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not surprisingly, a lot of these misconceptions are generated from the opposition to solar power, namely those involved in the ‘Big Oil’ business. The fact of the...