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Tag Archives: off-grid solar

APS and the Arizona Corporation Commission Reduce Renewable Energy

In November of 2013 APS convinced the Arizona Corporation Commission to approve fees and measures that would hinder the growth of Arizona’s roof top solar economy. From an ideological stand point, the citizens of Arizona as well as the governing bodies of Arizona should be doing everything in their power to promote the advancement of [...]

How will the Future of Arizona Solar Charge Forward?

In a disappointing move the Arizona Corporation Commission did make small concessions to APS in their recent media propaganda move to increase their profit lines by adding what most call a tax to the Arizona solar economy. Despite the thousand protestors and great efforts from solar industry leaders like G&S Electric Inc., SolarCity, and TUSK; [...]

Doing Solar Right

Over the last few months we have focused on how APS is impacting roof top solar in Arizona, and how they aim to decrease benefits to solar consumers. As a top Arizona solar panel installer, G&S Electric Inc. has kept a close eye on the developments and their potential impacts. In looking at current trends [...]

Let’s Revisit Going Off the Grid and Skipping the Utilities:

Now more than ever is a time to push for a residential off-grid solar power system. Currently there is a debate between APS and the Arizona Corporation Commission regarding the solar subsidies and net-metering buy back of solar power. A recent article by the Arizona Daily Sun, again points out the amount of conflict and [...]

Take the Heat Off the Grid By Going Solar

We are in the depths of triple digit temperatures here in sunny Arizona. In these high temperatures our nations power grid is put to the test more so than any other time of year. Hot weather weakens the electric grid in many ways. Firstly, the increased temperatures decrease the efficiency of the grid by expanding [...]

Top of the Charts: Billboard Hits

Advances in LED technologies have given us bright digital billboards that beam out advertisements and information to us all across our nations highways. While the average house hold uses around 11,000 kilowatt hours, some of the more advanced digital billboards can use up to 320,000 kilowatt hours annually. That’s quite a draw from the grid. [...]

Road Tripping: an off-grid guide to staying connected.

Have you ever road tripped from Phoenix to Las Vegas? Do you like to road trip from Phoenix to San Diego? How about Phoenix to Los Angeles? Phoenix to Laguna? Phoenix to Bisbee? Have you ever driven across the Arizona to California desert and worried about your cellular connection in Death Valley? Driven from Phoenix [...]

A new car? A pool? Or a solar power system?

We all have choices about our next big purchase, but unless you are a classic car collector, buying a new car really is not an investment. Each year the value depreciates while increasing maintenance expense. Yet many of us love the feeling of getting that new toy. It is getting hotter in the Valley of [...]

Buying or Selling a Home with PV Solar

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, a well respected and independent research institution, just published its findings from an 8 year study on home sales. Guess what they found out when they compared homes with photovoltaic panels installed and homes without? The homes with photovoltaic solar installations were able to garner a premium, averaging $17,000 more than [...]

What’s it worth to ya?

If you think long standing housing appraisers are equipped to answer this question for you, take a minute to think again. It wasn’t until just last year, January 2012, that the Appraisal Institute officially backed a form of solar valuation tool. While we are pleased the housing appraisal industry is finally looking at how to [...]

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