How Solar Energy Adds Value to Your Home

Has the promise of reduced energy costs not quite been enough to sway you to solar? Sure, you want to be as environmentally friendly as possible, but you may be thinking that a solar system is expensive, and that has you running for the hills. After all, won’t you have to stay in your home … Continue reading “How Solar Energy Adds Value to Your Home”

April Showers Bring Electricity Savings

Grow your spring flowers. Shrink your electricity bill. Help Mother Earth. They say that April showers bring May flowers. Here at Direct Energy Solar, we like to say that April showers bring electricity savings. Why? Take a look outside and observe all of the growth. Flowers are blooming. Buds are showing up on trees. The … Continue reading “April Showers Bring Electricity Savings”

Spring Forward and Own Your Energy

Spring forward to lower energy bills, energy ownership, and savings from sunshine. Daylight Saving Time is upon us. Spring is here! The days are getting longer, which means more sunshine each and every day. It’s the perfect time to spring your electricity bill into the future with solar. Why? With the amazing news that we’re … Continue reading “Spring Forward and Own Your Energy”

Why We Fall in Love with Solar Power

February is the month of love, so we felt it appropriate to share with you our reasons why we love solar at Direct Energy Solar. Going solar is an exciting leap to a new level of energy efficiency, independence and conservation. We love that solar power allows people everywhere to own their energy future. By … Continue reading “Why We Fall in Love with Solar Power”

7 Things to Consider Before Going Solar

Solar energy applications have been around for decades, but residential and small business solar have only recently hit the mainstream tipping point. Getting the chance to be a pioneer by installing rooftop solar is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming and you may not know how to get started. Your friends and connections can … Continue reading “7 Things to Consider Before Going Solar”