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10 biggest benefits for Ohio homeowners to go solar

The Ohio solar industry is an emerging one, ranking 28th in the country in terms of number of megawatts installed, and it is indeed a great state for homeowners to consider powering their homes with solar energy. According to the Solar Industries Association, the Ohio solar market is projected to add 948 megawatts over the […]

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September 20th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

How are solar panels secured to my roof?

Pink Energy has done thousands of solar panel installations since opening in 2015, so we are well-versed in knowing how to attach the panels to your roof or ground-mounted unit so they remain securely in place and producing power for your benefit. Solar panels rest inside metal racks that are attached to your roof or […]

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September 19th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

Pink Energy’s process

For prospective Virginia solar customers new to solar energy, there are a lot of unknowns about getting solar panels installed at your home. How many panels do I need for my roof? How durable are the panels? How much money can I save with a system? Can I trust Pink Energy to do a good job? Why […]

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September 18th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

Why Virginia is a great state to consider adding solar energy

While Virginia residents are paying slightly less for their power than the national average residential customer in the U.S. (12.40 cents per kilowatt hour as of June 2018 vs. 13.02 cents nationally), you may not know that Virginians are paying an average of 9 percent more for their electricity than their neighbors in North Carolina […]

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September 18th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

Are solar panels expensive?

For potential Michigan solar customers, one of the biggest misconceptions about solar energy is cost. Surely the technology behind the crystalline solar cells that power your home with electricity is expensive, right? But this is the beauty of solar – paying for your panels may not generate any additional expense at all. By shifting the […]

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September 14th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

Ohio gets enough sun for solar energy

Perhaps the greatest concern for potential Ohio solar customers is whether the state gets enough sun for solar panels to make financial sense. The answer is a resounding yes. In case you don’t believe us, maybe you’ll believe data from the International Energy Agency. The IEA notes that in 2016, Germany was the world’s per […]

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September 13th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

DTE asks customers to use less electricity during cold front

In August, we wrote about the massive 500-megawatt solar farm being planned in Virginia’s Spotsylvania County, and that Microsoft would be the project’s largest customer. Recently, it was announced that the University of Richmond will join the tech giant in going solar, as it plans to purchase electricity from that solar installation that will account […]

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September 12th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

California 100% Clean Energy Mandate is Massive!

Another huge victory for the solar industry and its advocates came Monday with California Gov. Jerry Brown signing State Bill 100, which calls for the state to move to using 60 percent of renewable clean energy by 2030 and 100 percent by 2045. California has been the nation’s leader in solar adoption through aggressive clean […]

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September 10th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

Pink Energy featured on Lifetime TV’s Military Makeover

In case you missed it (and even if you didn’t!), Pink Energy has teamed up with the Lifetime TV series hit show Military Makeover to provide the family of one wounded military veteran with a solar system. Episode 1 of 4 aired on Aug. 31 and Sept. 6, and below are highlights of that first […]

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September 7th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

How Long Does it Take to Pay Off Solar Panels?

Solar energy is 100 percent free, but the panels, wiring and inverters that produce the energy cost money. Understanding that difference is to understand going solar. Knowing that solar systems do cost money, you’re probably wondering how long it will take to pay one off, at least if you’re unable to pay in cash up […]

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September 6th, 2018 | By Roger Kuznia

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