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Solar Basics

Welcome to Energy Informative’s solar guide! The following articles are created to help you, the homeowner, learn more about solar panels. Our job is to help you figure out if you could benefit from solar. If you already know the basics, have questions, or if you just want to find out how much you can save by going solar, head over to 3 Solar Quotes for 100% free guidance.

How Solar Works

How do I find the best solar companies where I live? Should I buy or lease solar panels?

What are the components of a solar panel system and how do they actually work?

What do I need to know about the solar panel installation?

Maintenance and lifespan of a solar panel system:

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What are the best technologies on the market today?

What solar panels, inverters and manufacturers do you recommend?

Financing

What is the best way to finance solar panels?

Extra Resources

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Comments - 7

stanley mohammed

I need two pallet of 250w solar panel kindly quote price ASP

June 15, 2013 4:22 am Reply

Mr. Jay

Why is most Solar panels “BLACK”?
WHAT WOULD happen if a different color would be there?

August 25, 2014 12:36 am Reply

remy jovero

Grid-tie System will rotate backward my house power meter. Its like selling my excess power if any, to the power company. No permission or does not have to inform the company? Thanks!

September 22, 2014 3:05 am Reply

Rikki Spanish

hello, i am using some information from this website for a research paper and would like to know how to cite your website as a source. ie. publication date and authors of the website

December 12, 2014 5:25 pm Reply

Hannah Grissom

It’s fine with us as long as you give credit to the site and author. Thanks!

December 15, 2014 9:47 pm Reply

anthony

can you make a chart showing the initial cost and regular cost of each energy system
example:energy type initial regular
solar energy $100000 $200/mo.
wind energy $10000 $300/mo.
and so on. please

May 12, 2015 1:18 pm Reply

Andrea

I have to research a paper on solar energy. Got any facts i could use?

June 4, 2015 10:44 am Reply

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