You know what a solar spill is — is called?
A nice day!
So we’re having a solar spill today, Saturday, September 6.
We’re having a bad solar spill.
As a result I’m going to get quite a suntan today.
The ocean is sparkling and beautiful and the sky is blue.
Yeah, it’s like a Class 10 solar spill!
“What can you use this solar energy for?”
Everything. Even the wind that’s blowing today comes from solar energy,
It’s just unevenly distributed solar energy, which forms wind.
So the sailboat out there on the horizon is actually using solar energy, just in another form.
Just like the food that we eat is solar energy, after chlorophyll does its magic.
“So everything comes from the sun?”
Everything comes from the sun.
Solar’s the answer to every energy question.
It’s just a matter of form and substance.
There’s words of wisdom from Mister Energy.
Thank you for listening!
I just received an offer in the mail from the League of Conservation Voters to get “green energy” for $10 extra a month over what I would currently pay Atlantic Electric (if I didn’t already have my solar system!). I get the electricity from my system for four cents a kilowatt hour for the next 20 years — and this figure includes the TOTAL PRICE!
The price of electricity is made up of 3 basic components, which are: Transmission, Delivery, and Generation. If you look at your bill you’re paying a total of $.20/kwh to Atlantic Electric (MOST of which is generated from coal!) and if you buy a “green energy” not generated by coal you’re paying $.20/kwh plus another $10 a month.
I would instead recommend the solar option to EVERYONE!! It is WAY CHEAPER and ALL of the electricity is “GREEN”. The only exception would be if you can’t cut the trees needed to open up your solar window (because they belong to your neighbor!) or you have a Spanish tile roof. THEN if you want to do something good for the environment, think about doing the “green option”??? Most people can do solar — there is NO UPFRONT COST!! Mister Energy has good credit and bad credit options for you.
Call Mister Energy today at 609.576.8748 and get started — it is EASY and you will be doing a great thing for yourself AND the environment!!
If you’ve ever considered or have actually gotten a third-party supplier for your electricity you can save WAY MORE MONEY by getting solar!!! 3rd party suppliers typically give you a discount of .01/kwh for 6 months to a year, and after that the price goes up and may be more than the Utility Rate you were trying to get away from!!
Solar gives you a discount of .05-.08/kwh and it is FIXED for the life of the LEASE!! Your savings are LOCKED IN!!! After the lease is up, you get the solar system for almost nothing — and it still has MANY YEARS of production left!!
Call Mister Energy today and we will come out to your home and show you how to LOCK IN YOUR SAVINGS!!
Recently finished an installation where the roof was not appropriate for solar panels, but the homeowner invested instead in geothermal (using the constant year-round temperature of the groundwater-about 52 degrees) and installed some PV solar heating for a pool.
I consulted with a homeowner last month with a home that had a good south facing roof, but there were a couple of trees in the way. The homeowner said she’d have a hard time saying goodbye to those trees, but after i pointed out the savings in electricity, that pain will be brief.
Opening her “solar window” doesnt mean cutting down a lot of trees — you just need to have enough sun to get SRECs and eliminate/greatly reduce your electric bill.The solar window is from 90 degrees to 270 degrees and the closer to 180 degrees (due south) you are, the more power you will make (and the more SRECs your system will produce!).
To minimize her grief, the homeowner can plant some small trees (dogwood don’t get more than about 15 feet tall) and they will look great in the spring when they will be a riot of beautiful pink and white blooms.
Send me your electric bill and receive a detailed analysis and qualify for a $100 prize!!!
Last thursaday we did the final install for a home that had a good south facing roof, but there were a couple of trees in teh way. the homeowner had a hard time saying goodbye to those trees but the saving in electricity will make that pain go away pretty soon. to assuage the loss, the homwowner planted some small trees (dogwood don;t get more that 15-120 feet tall) and they will look great in teh spring when they will be a riot of beautiful pink and white blooms.
Recently finished an installation where the roof was not appropriate for solar panels, but the homeowner invested instead in geothermal (everybody has dirt) and installed some PV solar heating for a pool.
Rain wil keep youyr panels pretty clean. yes, a buildup of dust and grime will reduce the productivity of your panels.