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Why Winter Is A Great Time To Go Solar

As you begin your research to add solar panels at your home, you may be curious as to when is the best time to go solar. Your first thought may be the summertime since it’s nice and hot out, the sun is shining and it is less likely that rain will interfere with the installation […]

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December 30th, 2021 | By Chad McComas

By the Numbers: The Environmental Impact of Your Solar Panels

Many people consider installing solar panels on their home because of the positive impact it will have on the environment. But they may not even realize what exactly that impact is from a pure numbers perspective. They obviously know it helps, but how much does it really help? In this article, we’ll break down what […]

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December 29th, 2021 | By Christopher Butts

How Pink Energy Installers Stay Safe, Warm in Winter

Working through tough weather conditions is something Pink Energy’s install teams can handle well. Regardless of snow or rain, it’s all in a day’s work for those up on the roof taking care of business. Detroit crew lead Matthew White gave us his personal experience of what it’s like working through the elements – something […]

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December 21st, 2021 | By Chad McComas

Understanding Kilowatts, Kilowatt Hours, and Your Solar Battery

When measuring the size of a home’s solar panel system, it is measured in kilowatts, which are units of power. That’s because homes typically need numerous solar panels to meet the homeowner’s energy goals. The amount of watts in one solar panel is typically somewhere between 300 and 400, so if you had 20 solar […]

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December 20th, 2021 | By Chad McComas

Why Do Solar Cells Need An Inverter?

When considering a solar addition to your home, it’s worth learning about the parts of your solar panel system. Inverters are a vital part of a solar system, converting solar energy into usable power for your home. Let’s take a look at what solar inverters do to help your home run with solar power. What […]

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December 20th, 2021 | By Roger Kuznia

Solar Savings Help Power Massive Holiday Light Display

What better way to celebrate the holidays than with bright lights and some of the most classic Christmas assortments for all to observe? One of Pink Energy’s most tenured customers, Claudia Clifton, really gets into the holiday spirit by showing off her famous “Winter Wonderland.” But with all those sparkling lights, you may think Clifton […]

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December 16th, 2021 | By Chad McComas

Traverse City Resident Goes Solar at Her Home and Business

Kristin Zimmerman believed in the power of solar enough that not only did she have it installed at her home, she added a solar panel system to the landscaping business that she runs with her brother Matthew in Traverse City, Michigan. Now, those who pull up to Zimmerman Landscaping will see the 20 solar panels […]

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December 15th, 2021 | By Chad McComas

How Much You Can Potentially Save With Solar Panels

Solar panels are a great way to potentially save money on your electric bill—something we can all get behind! At Pink Energy, we offer premium solar panels for your home designed to help you reduce your carbon footprint and potentially reduce your grid power spending. Let’s discuss how a custom solar system from Pink Energy […]

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December 15th, 2021 | By Roger Kuznia

LaFontaine Auto Dealership Sees Value in Solar

In 2020, Pink Energy finished installing the largest array of solar panels on any automobile dealership in the Midwest with 428 panels (150 KW) on the rooftop of the LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership in Fenton, Michigan. This LaFontaine dealership has now enjoyed more than a full calendar year of solar power since adding […]

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December 14th, 2021 | By Chad McComas

Stanford study: Renewables-Only World Very Feasible

Hope for an energy grid completely powered by renewable energy may seem unreachable, given our current heavy reliance on fossil-fueled sources and the fear that renewables wouldn’t generate energy consistently enough to ensure grid stability. But a new study from Stanford University indicates that such a world is far from far-fetched. Stanford’s researchers found that […]

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December 13th, 2021 | By Roger Kuznia

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