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SEPCO-Solar Lighting's Blog on Renewable Energy and Green Ideas

How Much Will Solar Panels Really Save You?

on 11/7/17 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 0 Comments | Guest Post Green Ideas Solar Power Renewable Energy
Renewable energy has been making headlines over the last several years, especially solar power, which can be harnessed using a solar panel system. But despite all of the attention on solar power, many people are still unaware of the many benefits of using this type of renewable energy. Here’s a look at some of the benefits of installing a solar power system on your home:
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6 Things to Know Before Going Solar

on 6/6/17 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 2 Comments | Guest Post Solar Power Renewable Energy
  When shopping for a residential solar system you can feel overwhelmed by the quantity of companies out there. But the big question is, How to choose the right company with the right solar system.
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Simple Solar Lighting and Power Facts – What is a Sun Hour?

We wanted to start the New Year off with some basic facts on solar lighting and power systems. These will explain how the systems operate and basic sizing information. Understanding these few facts will allow you to better understand how solar operates and how a reliable system should operate. Let’s start off with the first fact:
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How Wind Turbines Work (Infographic)

on 8/2/16 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 0 Comments | Green Ideas Infographics Renewable Energy
The modern marvel that is the wind turbine is doing amazing things to produce clean energy. Since as far back as 200 B.C., windmills have been used to grind grain or draw water, but electricity didn't start being produced until 1888. Those first turbines aren't as efficient as the ones we are deploying all over the world today, but it is great to look back on where we started from.   Today, wind power systems generate power for schools, buildings, homes and so much more. Take a look at what makes these massive windmills work and see how the energy is produced in this great graphic below: 
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How to Size Off Grid Solar Power Systems Like a Pro

on 6/7/16 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 5 Comments | Solar Power Renewable Energy
Off grid solar power sizing can be tricky since you need to take into account many different factors so that you are never left without power. You also have to figure out how many solar panels it will take to run your application while also keeping costs down, as well as how large of a battery storage system you will need. Here is how you can size your off grid solar power system to perform year round under any condition the world wants to throw at you, built specifically for your needs.  
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Can Solar Panels Still Generate Power in Bad Weather?

on 5/10/16 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 2 Comments | Solar Power Renewable Energy Solar Lighting Design
As I am sure we all can agree, no matter what, there is some sunlight even on the worst of days. Sunburns can even happen on a day when you don’t see the sun break through the clouds at all. That being said, can solar still generate power in bad weather? The simple answer is yes, but let’s expands on that.
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Making Your Community Green and Reduce Costs

on 11/16/15 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 2 Comments | Solar Lighting Green Ideas Renewable Energy Conservation
  Communities all across America are trying to improve their green image and reduce costs, but some are having a hard time figuring out where to start. Here are some ideas that can help improve your community and lower overall costs in the end. Build LEED New buildings, either commercial or residential, should be done to the highest green standards. Using highly efficient HVAC systems, energy efficient building materials such as Low-E or thermal
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Benefits of Renewable Energy

on 6/22/15 10:00 AM By | SEPCO | 2 Comments | Guest Post Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy and Green Power Energy efficiency opportunities have been available to some facilities across the county and some facilities may want to consider going green. It is studied that renewable energy is referenced as electricity distributed from energy sources in the form of Wind, Solar, Geothermal, Hydro and Biomass. These energies are abundant and based on energy flows that are replenished by natural process and does not become depleted when use, like fossil fuel or nuclear.
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People’s Climate March and the UN Climate Summit 2014

on 9/25/14 9:30 AM By | SEPCO | 0 Comments | Green Ideas Renewable Energy
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Amazing Changes Happening Now for Sustainable Living: Renewable Energy

on 7/31/14 9:30 AM By | SEPCO | 0 Comments | Green Ideas Renewable Energy
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