Floridians’ Misconceptions About Solar Isn’t Stopping This Solar Company From Signing up Customers at Record Rates

Although Florida is the “Sunshine State” a lot of its residents still don’t know much about the benefits of going solar and many believe that solar businesses are out to scam them. That hasn’t stopped Solar Energy World  from investing in Florida’s clean energy future by educating ratepayers about the value of solar power. So […]

Celebrate Earth Day at Our Free Event for MD/DC Homeowners on April 21st

Solar Roof Tours, a Solar 101 Workshop and a light Breakfast are all part of Solar Energy’s Earth Day Event for Homeowners from the Baltimore/DC metro area on Saturday April 21, 2018 from 10:30 AM -12:30 PM at Solar Energy World’s headquarters in Elkridge, Maryland. The workshop presentation will focus on the environmental benefits of […]

Fight Against The War On Clean Air and Save Money Too

Fight the war on clean air

With three major hurricanes making September the most active month on record in the Atlantic and raging wildfires in California this month, 2017 has been one of the most extreme weather years in US history. As a result, it has also become one of the most expensive seasons on record. Due to anthropogenic (human caused) […]

Why Solar Energy is Good for Our Environment

Solar Power is Clean Power. If you wish to decrease your carbon footprint to help protect the environment, going solar is one of the most effective ways to do this. Solar is good for our environment. Here’s why… Electricity production is responsible for a large percentage of all carbon emissions in the United States. Going […]

Why Conservatives and Liberals are United When it Comes to Solar Power

  Our country has become highly polarized when it comes to politics, but there is one thing that Conservatives and Liberals both seem to agree on.  As recent studies show, both groups are going solar at a similar rate. (See chart below.) Party affiliation has no effect whatsoever on whether or not a homeowner chooses […]

Pepco Customers Will Hurt From Pepco-Exelon Merger – Is There Hope?

By Sharon Derby “Today is a bad day for consumers, and a great day for monopolies,” said Maryland’s attorney general, Brian E. Frosh about the recent Pepco-Exelon merger that will create the largest utility company in the nation. So why does the Maryland Energy Administration urge the Public Service Commission to reject it? Pepco was […]


Almost 90% of the energy utility companies distribute to homeowners comes from dirty fossil fuels. Not only is pollution costly for the environment, it is costly for homeowners too.   FACT 1:  It’s more expensive to do nothing than it is to go solar.  If you spend $200 a month on your electricity with a […]

Do You Get It?… Home Solar Isn’t Really That Complicated

Most consumers already understand that solar is better for the environment. Some even understand the potential for a strong return on investment that installing a home solar system on their home can bring. However, the falsehoods about solar still dominate the discussion.

International solar: Kaohsiung World Stadium (Taiwan)

Kaohsiung World Stadium is an excellent example of solar energy for the masses (or even commercial properties). The multi-purpose stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan was completed in 2009. It is the largest stadium in the country (by capacity) and the largest solar-powered athletic stadium in the world. Kaohsiung National Stadium hosted the 2009 World Games and […]

Product Showcase: Mage Solar

It is absolutely critical that all of our solar energy systems be completely reliable, and Mage systems are no exception. Mage Powertec Plus modules are comprised of mono- and polycrystalline cell technologies to keep cell efficiency up to 17.3%. Mage modules allow tolerances of up to +5 watts to guarantee maximum power, while other modules […]