News & Innovation in Michigan Solar

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How Solar Battery Backup Can Keep Your Lights on During a Power Outage

Summer has descended on Michigan’s lower peninsula and that means storm season is on its way. Mid-summer is when Michiganders are most likely to experience severe weather, whether it be damaging thunderstorms, tornadoes, or hail. And unfortunately,...

7 Reasons to Upgrade Your Home with Solar and Pearl Certification

Environmentally conscious homeowners and buyers are looking beyond aesthetics to prioritize features that save money, add value, increase marketability, and help reduce our carbon footprint. Installing solar panels is a great way to accomplish all...

How Does the Sun’s Path Affect the Performance of Your Solar Array?

Summer is almost here, and with it, longer, sunnier days. During this time of year, most people — especially Michiganders who endure a dark, chilly winter — look forward to backyard barbecues, refreshing pool dips, lazy days on a lake, and more time...

6 Ways That Cutting Edge Enphase Solar Batteries Provide Secure Energy

If you have stayed up-to-date on the solar industry, you are likely aware of solar backup batteries. However, if you are not in the loop, solar batteries are essentially energy storage units to store unused energy and provide it during crucial...

How to Finance Your Solar Project with Michigan Saves

Clean energy is heavily populating the state of Michigan. As of 2020, Michigan has 208.30MW of solar installed, enough to power 32,211 homes. This trend can be attributed to these 3 conditions: 
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