Enlight Joins Scoop Scoop and Enlight today announced that Enlight has selected the Scoop® technology platform for work management and automation to streamline its large and growing solar installation and [...]
For many commercial and residential customers, the decision to invest in a solar and storage system has historically been a financial one. But for an increasing number of people, going [...]
Out of the hundreds of potential customers that you talk to, what percentage end up actually buying a residential solar installation? Chances are that only a fraction of the [...]
Back in early 2018, just as the US was initiating a slew of tariffs on goods from China and Europe, the federal government also set in place a 30% [...]
Preparing permits and getting them approved is one of the most costly parts of the solar installation process both in terms of time and money. As many small [...]
Humans are a species that struggle to look beyond the horizon, and this is part of the reason that solar power investments are often tough to justify on the various city hall and state hall floors around the country. Solar power is an investment in the long run, but for politicians and business that are looking for benefits now, the industry needs to learn how to showcase the savings over the lifespan of a specific project. In this article, we are going to look at how solar power investment can lead to significant savings in the future for solar companies and the cities in which they power.