August 2013 / 4 posts found

Hurricane Season P. 2: Solar Trailers

Last week, we discussed the benefits of having battery backups with your solar system during a natural disaster.  Not all of us have photovoltaic installations on our roofs, and the ones who do, usually don’t have a battery.  So what’s the other option, TweeterDeeter?!? I just flew back from Innovationland with a technology that I feel every disaster responder should have!  A solar trailer.  What is a solar trailer?  It’s what it sounds...
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Communities are important. They’re where we make friends, raise families, enjoy free time, gain education, and earn a living. Our communities give us a lot, but all too often we don’t take time to give back. Don’t get me wrong, between all the stress and obligations we have day to day it’s tough to find time for anything extra. Giving back takes making a commitment, and that’s what we’re trying to do here at ecoSolargy as a part of our...
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Hurricane Season P. 1: Battery Backups

Right now we’re entering the hurricane season.  In my short lifetime, I have seen some horrific ones, #Katrina #Sandy.  We have been dealing with these disasters forever, and that means we have developed ways to better survive them.  The solution to power loss is solar!  After Hurricane Sandy, it took almost two weeks to restore 95% of the electric grid in New York.  In this two part blog post, we’ll talk about some of the ways solar is your...
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Welcome to Our Blog!

Hello World, That’s a programmer's go-to test, right?  Either way, welcome to our blog!  Thank you so much for reading through to the third sentence.  What is the ecoSolargy blog?  It’s a blog to highlight recent news in the solar industry and express our loud opinions alongside!  And to talk about our company! #SelfPromotionFTW! We are turning a new leaf at ecoSolargy.  We’re putting serious focus on our social media presence  (So check...
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