Solar-Powered Airports Are Taking Off

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Oct 11, 2016

It’s common enough to look out your airplane window as you’re moving down the terminal lanes. You’ll usually see a lot of concrete. Maybe some grass. But what if that space was used for solar panels?

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Topics: Solar Technologies, Solar Electric, Commercial Solar, Saving with Solar

Does Solar Work in a Blackout?

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Oct 6, 2016


With the potential for hurricanes in the state of Florida, it’s important to stay prepared for extreme weather and the possibility of losing power, not having enough food, and running out of water. 

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Topics: Solar Technologies, Solar Information, Solar Electric

Energy Department Announces Solar Decathlon 2017

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Aug 30, 2016

The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2017 student design competition (yes, it’s a mouthful), will take place in early October 2017 in Denver, Colorado.

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Topics: Solar Technologies

Solar-Powered Plane Nears End of Historic Trip

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Jul 25, 2016

You may have heard of solar-powered cars… but what about solar-powered airplanes?

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Topics: Solar Technologies

The Future of Solar

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Jul 19, 2016

Today’s solar panels convert sunlight to electricity using silicon crystal chemistry. In the future, they might start using a new material--perovskite.

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Topics: Solar Technologies

Prepare for Disaster the Solar Way!

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Jun 24, 2016

Prepper - noun

A person who believes a catastrophic disaster or emergency is likely to occur in the future and makes active preparations for it, typically by stockpiling food, medicine, and other supplies.

 

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Topics: Solar Technologies

Orlando Solar Panels: What are Your System Options?

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Mar 28, 2016

If you're interested in purchasing solar panels for your home you might be wondering what system is the ideal choice. There are several options that roofers normally recommend for orlando solar panels since every system is a little different. The most popular choice is the wireless in-home monitoring system but before making any decisions, choosing the right product for your home requires some research.

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Topics: Solar Technologies

How Much Does a Water Heater Cost vs a Solar Water Heater

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Jan 20, 2016

How much does a water heater cost?  Well, it's not an answer that comes in a single word.  There are solar water heaters and non-solar water heaters.  There are electric options, gas options, and non-traditional options.  All have their ups and downs.  For example, conventional gas or electric heaters are usually cheaper than solar water heaters.  But, over time, solar hot water heaters end up saving users money, because the average reduction in yearly expenses is between fifty and eighty percent.  Average energy costs on gas and electric water-heating options are going to be between $200 and $600 a year, depending.  That means you could save between $160 and $480 a year.  On the low-end, at the very least $100 a year is saved by the solar option. On the high end, at the very least $300 is saved by the solar option.

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Topics: Solar Technologies

What is a Solar Pool Warmer?

Posted by Superior Solar Team on Dec 12, 2015

Having a pool is a luxury and not being able to use it more times out of the year can be upsetting. To get more use out of your pool, rather than a couple of months, you should invest in a pool warmer. Pool warmers can get expensive, but a cost effective way of heating your pool is through a solar pool warmer. A solar pool warmer uses the energy from the sun to heat your pool. Instead of having to turn it on, it instantly activates when the sun is out.

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Topics: Solar Technologies

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