Monthly Archives: March 2020

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Does my house need to face a certain way for solar panels to be beneficial? / What direction is the best facing for solar panels?

Any structure has a roof that can be made to work with a solar Photovoltaic system. South is always best but east and west work fine. It is just the north face we do not use without adjusting the angle to the sun. For more info Since Colorado is in the northern hemisphere and not [...]

By | March 30th, 2020|Information|0 Comments

Should Covid-19 stop your search for a solar Photovoltaic provider?

Without any doubt it is incumbent on all Americans to take this pandemic seriously and limit exposure to other people, maintain social distancing, and practice good hygiene, but we at ARE Solar have instituted a policy that does all that and still allows us to help the community go green.   By using technology we [...]

By | March 23rd, 2020|Breaking News, Information, News|0 Comments

What’s in Store for Energy Storage in the 2020s?

Annual storage deployments expected to almost quadruple between 2019 and 2024. The global storage market is set to grow from approximately 4 GW in annual deployments in 2019 to more than 15 GW in 2024, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie. Based on analysis from its Foresight 20/20 series, the storage industry is in [...]

By | March 9th, 2020|Breaking News, Information, News|0 Comments

5 Steps: Xcel Energy Usage

Xcel Energy customers can follow these 5 easy steps to find their annual energy consumption, which is measured in kilowatt hours (kwh).   Step 1: Login to your Xcel Account   Step 2: Go to "My Usage" Step 3: Select "Table View" Scroll down a bit and select "Table View" Make sure that the timeframe [...]

By | March 5th, 2020|Information|2 Comments

Is solar photovoltaic a good idea in high wind areas, or should we build a wind generator instead?

The Bahamas, right smack dab in the middle of hurricane alley, are building multiple micro grids with solar photovoltaic panels to power the island and keep it powered up even after the next Cat 5 -180 mph storm hits the islands.  That’s because the solar panels are built to withstand the impact force of items [...]

By | March 4th, 2020|Breaking News, Information, News|0 Comments
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