News & Innovation in Michigan Solar

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Michigan Solar Solutions Acquires Sunventrix Solar

WIXOM, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 18, 2020 - Michigan Solar Solutions recently acquired Sunventrix, a residential and commercial solar installation company that was based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The acquisition was effective on January 1, 2021. Michigan...

Consumers Energy Reaches Interconnection Cap: What now?

If you have been considering solar for your home or business served by Consumers Energy or follow the Michigan solar market, you may be aware that in late November Consumers Energy hit their program “cap” for interconnections to the grid. According...

2021 Solar Investment Tax Credit: What You Need to Know

With the increase in green technology and awareness about climate change, it’s no surprise that the general enthusiasm for solar power in homes and businesses is on the rise. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA®), solar energy...

How to Select the Best Solar Inverter for Your Solar Project

Planning a solar project has many facets and fine points to consider. From layout design to module selection, every choice will determine the value that is ultimately derived. In this blog we will address how to select an inverter type that will...

3 Advantages of Monitoring Your Solar Energy

Did you know that you can easily monitor your solar array’s energy production? It’s as simple as viewing production online or through a smartphone/tablet application. Monitoring is an important tool to track production trends, detect issues with...
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