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Ten Persistent Myths of Solar Power Debunked 

By Whit Trovillion Ten Persistent Myths of Solar Power Debunked  Solar energy has been plagued with several persistent myths which may have discouraged adoption by eligible homeowners.  This blog will address some of the more persistent ones and attempt to address some of the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) surrounding

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Solar Energy World Fosters Good Health, Economic Security in Montgomery County With Solar United Neighbors Solar Co-Op

Montgomery County Solar and EV Charger Co-op Members Select Solar Energy World as Group’s Installer for the Third Consecutive Year  Solar United’s Montgomery County Co-Op members chose Solar Energy World to be their solar installer through an open and competitive bidding process. Solar Energy World is a top rated residential solar installation

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Most People No Longer Believe Solar Panels are Ugly

“I think our solar panels make our home look beautiful. Not only does having solar increase our property value, but it says to our neighbors we support energy independence and care about the environment we leave behind for our children and grandchildren.”   –Melissa L, Clarksville, Maryland Some people who claim

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Do You Really Get Enough Sun for Solar?

How your roof’s azimuth angle effects solar panel efficiency. There is a lot more that goes into what makes a roof ideal for a solar panel system than most homeowners realize. Even if you believe you have enough sunlight hitting your roof to go solar, we may still determine it does

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Do Solar Panels Still Work When It’s Raining?

How Rain Effects Solar Electricity Production Contrary to popular belief, when it’s raining, solar power systems still generate electricity. Panels operate most efficiently in full sun, but they don’t stop producing electricity when it is raining or cloudy.  The fact is, visible light still gets through rain and clouds. We

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