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Go Solar LA: Reaching the 20% Goal by 2020

AMECO Solar joined community leaders and local residents to kick-off the release of Environment California’s new report about the importance of solar energy in LA County.

Microinverter Sales Beginning to Take Off

Sales for microinverteres for solar panel installations have taken off this year. This blog article details the predicted growth of the technology in the coming years and discusses why customers choose microinverters over central inverters.

Our Solar Picks for #GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday is a day where people are encouraged to spend money on nonprofits and make charitable donations. This year, AMECO Solar suggests making a donation to one of three solar-focused nonprofits: We Care Solar, Alternative Rock for Alternative Energy and Grid Alternatives.

Does a $150 Electric Bill Qualify My Home for Solar Panels?

Many Southern Californians believe that they need a $150 electric bill in order to qualify for solar panel installation. However, the amount of your electric bill doesn’t limit you from installing solar panels. In our blog post, we explain why solar marketers use the $150 limit.

What is a Solar PPA?

A solar PPA is a financing option available to homeowners or businesses who want to use solar energy at their property. This educational article lays out the benefits and the downsides.

How Many Solar Panels are Needed for a 2,000 Square Foot Home?

Frequently people want to know how many solar panels they will need based on the size of their home. This blog post explains why the amount of electricity you use is more important for solar electric system design than the square footage of your home.

Solar Power Most Popular with Middle Class

The Center for American Progress (CAP) has found that homes in middle class communities now account for the largest percentage of solar electric installations in states like California, Arizona and New Jersey.

AB 217 Brings Solar To Low-Income Californians

In order for renewable energy to make a significant impact on the state economy and greenhouse gas emissions, it needs to be accessible to everyone. AB 217 extends important programs for low-income residents in California.

Is Your Roof Ready for Solar Energy?

Find out if your roof is ready for solar energy by reading this educational blog article. We explain how the type of roof you have is as important as the age of your roof when it comes to solar panel installation.

No Outcome for Solar Auction in Colorado

The BLM goes back the drawing board after recent auction of utility scale solar projects receives no bids. Meanwhile, residential and small commercial solar installations continue to gain popularity.