Solar

There’s hardly a day in Nevada when it's not sunny. As a result, solar power seems like a no brainer when it comes to researching clean energy possibilities in Nevada. Residential solar power can be found on 618,000 homes which means 12.71% of the electricity...

In just the past two decades, the use of solar panels for residential use for residential properties has grown exponentially. Both commercial settings and private residences are relying on the traditional grid less and less and turning towards clean, renewable energy. However, many people still...

Electricity bills can be such a burden, especially in Southern Nevada where our summers are hot and our winters are cold. That extreme weather often leads us to blast our air conditioning for half the year and really work out the central heating for the...

Solar energy is a relatively new power source, and while we’ve come a long way in its development, we have just scratched the surface of its potential. While solar energy use is growing exponentially, in 2015 wind and solar combined only made up about 7%...

We have all heard of solar energy by now. Whatever your opinions on it are, it is a simple statement of fact that it is probably one of the best methods we have for reducing carbon emissions. The importance of solar energy is first that...

When the Chernobyl nuclear reactor melted down in 1986, most people believed that the fallout zone would remain deserted for hundreds if not thousands of years. What they found instead is not only a thriving ecosystem, but also plenty of clean energy potential. The majority of...

We’ve done a lot of research over the past few months about Question 3. We’ve written about who it will effect and how it could possibly change the residential solar industry. after putting together all of the pieces of this puzzle we have finally made...

Nevadans have a big choice to make in November with Question 3. Should we open up the energy market or should we keep the NV Energy monopoly. This proposed amendment has a lot of parts and changes proposed that affect our energy overall, but how does...

Nevada is well known for it’s old, abandoned mines and spooky ghost towns, but what if some of these historic locations were brought into the bright, sunny future? A new change in state regulations could give these dusty, dangerous Nevada mines a new life as...