Solar Panel Design and Firefighter Safety

Solar Panel Design and Firefighter Safety. It's extremely important for firefighters and their commanders to be able to identify homes with solar electric (photovoltaic or "PV") systems and understand how these systems work. This article provides a consumer glance at some issues and current solutions. Firefighter safety has been addressed by several organizations, resulting in guidelines…
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Solar without Politics

Solar Without Politics. Going solar is not a political decision. It's about generating your own, cheap, reliable energy, reducing the burden on our energy infrastructure, and keeping more money in your pockets. The renewable energy sector employed 8.1 million people worldwide in 2015, 769,000 in the U.S. alone. Solar is the fastest growing industry in the nation,…
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K-PIG Greatest Hits

FREE K-PIG GREATEST HITS CD Mention you're a K-Pig listener for your FREE CD when getting a free solar energy proposal. TELL US YOU ARE A K-PIG LISTENER when you schedule your free solar proposal. Then get your free K-Pig Greatest Hits CD. Your free CD will be delivered at time of proposal. There are few…
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Atascadero Greyhounds

Go Atascadero Greyhounds! Solarponics is proud to sponsor and support our local community. Welcome, Atascadero Greyhound fans. Thank you for visiting our site. As a local Greyhound fan, we would like to extend this "locals only" offer to every Atascadero resident who purchases a solar energy system from us. GET TWO FREE solar powered patio…
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Templeton Eagles

Welcome Templeton High Sports Fans • GET TWO FREE SOLAR POWERED PATIO LIGHTS just for allowing us to bid your solar project. REMEMBER TO SAY YOUR AN EAGLES FAN when setting your appointment so we can bring your free solar lights. • Get up to a $500 discount on a solar energy quote. $500 discount will be…
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Wildfires and Solar Panels

ATASCADERO, CA August 24, 2016 – Sitting around the table in the Solarponics office at our usual Monday morning status meeting, we were chatting about the wildfires and how hazy it was outside. That led us to wonder how much that haze could be affecting solar panel power production. But what about smoke? Does smoke…
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