Starting in 2020, The State of California will require solar panels be placed on all new construction, if a recent bill passes. There are several reasons for this upcoming bill; including a reduction in greenhouse emissions, utility cost savings, and banking benefits. Continue reading “California Will Require Solar Panels”
Solar Electric Bikes have been making large strides in our modern world. Several options exist, including solar powered wheels, solar bike trailers, and paneling on the cargo hold. Continue reading “Solar Electric Bikes”
Maui has finally completed the first of two major solar utility projects, of which one of them is in South Maui and the other is in West Maui. Both Maui solar power utility projects are expected to generate 2.87 megawatts a piece. Continue reading “Maui Solar Power Utility”
Volcanic activity on Big Island has left residents wondering what will become of the “Puna Geothermal Venture”? As volcanic activity creeps closer to the site, many questions have been raised about the dangers of chemical exposure from this plant.
Maui is getting major investments in solar from individuals and businesses, and Pacific Energy is happy to help. Our experts come to your home to offer estimates as Maui’s solar needs grow.
If you haven’t already, now is your time! The amount of solar installations are higher than ever, with more than 1.5 million residential solar systems in the US alone. Here are some reasons that 2018 is the year to go solar! Continue reading “Top Reasons to Go Solar in 2018”
Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX said that sustainable energy solutions are technologically viable but are held back because of a lack of carbon price. “Humanity is pretending fossil fuels have no probability of a bad outcome.”
One of the questions we get frequently is, “Do I need to clean my solar panels?” The short answer is yes, and here are few reasons why.
On Feb 27, 2018 the Hawaiian Electric company formally announced its search for new grid-scaled renewable energy projects for Maui, Oahu, and the Hawaii Island.
Following an excess of public waste, the residents of London have began pushing demand for milk delivered in a glass bottle.