Monthly Solar Production – August 2012

And the savings keep pouring in. While I did have the largest electric bill I’ve had since December, I guess I can’t complain because it was only $47. I think this will probably be my biggest bill of the summer as historically my electricity consumption drops off considerably in September, although I’d be perfectly fine if the beautiful weather continues. Continue reading

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Monthly Solar Production – June 2012

I am truly like a little kid these days when it comes time to get my electric bill.  I find myself listening for the mail truck on the days when I expect my bill.  But there was a fair amount of rain this past month and, as those of you from New England know, there was a bit of a heat wave the past week and my window ACs were on almost constantly.  So I have to admit I was a bit surprised  Continue reading

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Massachusetts SRECs Headed for Over-Supply

Due to the quick adoption of solar panels by both residents and businesses, Massachusetts is reaching its goals for solar production ahead of schedule.  As a result, SRECTrade released an analysis of the Massachusetts SREC market in June, 2012, and it confirmed suspicions that the SREC market is rapidly becoming oversupplied, which will result in downward pressure on SREC pricing.

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[Interview] 5 Key Lessons Learned about a Homeowner’s Solar Buying Process

Chris Williams from HeatSpring Magazine was nice enough to have me on for an interview.  His magazine is geared towards solar panel installers and he wanted to get the perspective of a homeowner and their buying process.

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