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Alamo, California Solar Install – Panasonic & SolarEdge Solar System

Posted by YES on July 30, 2018 in Panasonic Solar SolarEdge

Alamo, California is a small, unincorporated, town located between Danville and Walnut Creek in Contra Costa County. Here, we installed a larger solar system, consisting of 40 all-black Panasonic 315-watt panels. Because of the surrounding trees, the system is under some shade. To mitigate, we installed a SolarEdge inverter, which allows the panels to have

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PG&E to MCE Transition – For Contra Costa County Customers

Posted by YES on March 2, 2018 in MCE PG&E

If you live in the following Contra Costa communities: • Concord • Danville • Martinez • Moraga • Oakley • Pinole • Pittsburg • San Ramon • Unincorporated Contra Costa County You should have revived a notice that MCE Contra Costa will become your primary electricity provider (rather than PG&E). Residents of El Cerrito, Lafayette,

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Alamo, CA Solar Install – LG Panels + SolarEdge Inverter

Posted by YES on February 16, 2018 in LG SolarEdge

In Alamo, CA, we installed all-black LG panels with a SolarEdge inverter. While the surrounding trees do cause shading, the SolarEdge inverter is able to individually optimize each panel, allowing each to produce at its own maximum. Even if some of the panels are shaded, it does not affect production for the rest of the

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Morgan Hill, CA Solar Install

Posted by YES on January 26, 2018 in Enphase Installs Japan Solar

For our solar installs, we serve the entire Bay Area as well as the Central Valley areas directly to the east. This includes southern Santa Clara County, where the city of Morgan Hill is located. Here, we installed 19 Japan Solar all-black 280-watt panels. These panels are paired with 19 Enphase microinverters. We expect this

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Hayward, CA Solar Install

Posted by YES on December 29, 2017 in LG SolarEdge

Solar install in Hayward, California. This solar system contains 16 LG 320-watt panels with a SolarEdge inverter. Total system size is 5.12 kilowatts DC. We expect this system to produce 7,518 kilowatts of electricity in its first year. With Net Metering, solar customers are billed annually for electricity (though some taxes and fees are still

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Avoiding the Christmas Lights Bill Shock

Posted by YES on December 1, 2017 in Energy Savings

It is now December, and the holiday season is upon us. December is also a mont of high electricity usage. In addition to more gatherings and parties (increased usage of lights and appliances), many are putting up their holiday lights for the season. But how much does it cost to light up a house? And

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Alamo, California Solar Install

Posted by YES on November 6, 2017 in SolarEdge SunPower

Solar install in Alamo, California. This system consists of 22 SunPower 345-watt solar panels paired with a SolarEdge inverter. While this site will have some shade, the SolarEdge inverter includes individual optimizers for each panel. This means that even if one panel is shaded, SolarEdge is able to optimize the production of other panels.  

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