The 5 Types of Renewable Energy

Every year, our energy demands increase. There’s always a new gadget or device that needs to be plugged in, or a machine created to do a manual job. There’s no way that fossil fuels can continue to sustain us. When we burn coal, oil, or even a tree, that source is gone and won’t return … Continued

CT Energy Rates are Climbing Again

Like most things in life, energy costs just keep going up! You probably noticed that as of January 2015, your energy bills increased if you use Connecticut Light & Power or United Illuminating. CL&P customers saw an increase from 9.9990 cents per kilowatt-hour to 12.629 cents per kilowatt-hour (a 26% increase). UI customers went from … Continued

Why Solar is Taking Over the Energy Industry

We’ve spent a large part of the last two decades worrying about oil prices, volatility in the Middle East, and our energy consumption habits. In the meantime, solar technology has expanded rapidly and begun to take large chunks out of the energy market. Solar energy is predicted to spread rapidly over the next five years … Continued

10 Common Solar Energy Questions

As solar energy becomes more popular and available to the average homeowner, we often answer some of the same questions for our customers. Here’s a list of some of the most common questions about solar energy and their answers. 1. What is solar energy? Solar energy is energy taken from the sun’s rays to generate … Continued