Solar systems work best when the sun is shining and there’s no denying that the days are longer on average in summer than other seasons. May, June, July and August are the peak months for solar power production, because the sun is higher in the sky and the days are longer during the summer...

Marriage comes with many long-term commitments; from purchasing your first home together, or planning for the future, switching to solar is an additional big commitment for new couples that provides many benefits and returns on investment.  Increase Property Value Buying a house can help you build equity sooner and avoid rising rent prices. One of the...

April is national #TechMonth, in this blog we highlight some recent advancements in solar technology that have paved the way to efficient solar energy solutions and systems.    Record-Breaking Efficiency Technologies: Most recent research from the National University of Singapore has made a major advancement and set a new record in the power conversion efficiency of...

In honor of March being Women's History Month and March 8th being International women's day, Vision Solar would like to highlight the ten most influential women throughout the history of solar and their advancements to the solar industry.  Katharine Burr Blodgett: (1898 - 1979) Blodgett was an American physicist whose work is considered foundational in the...

Texas, already the U.S. state with the most wind energy capacity, is poised to become a nationwide leader in solar energy, surpassing the state of California. As the Texas economy continues to grow, electricity consumption has correspondingly increased. Thus, new solar generation capacity is required to meet the Texas market's demand. According to Environment...

Happy new year from Vision Solar! A new year means new beginnings, new resolutions, and new opportunities. The past is far behind us, and we are only moving forward. Especially for the solar energy industry, 2022 is predicted to be a record year! Here are some optimistic expectations for this new year:    According to a...

This Thanksgiving, let us reflect on the many reasons why we should be grateful for solar energy! Here are our top 3 reasons: #1 Booming Industry In just the last five years, jobs in the solar industry have more than doubled! Currently, the solar industry employs more than 240,000 people nationwide and 3.75 million worldwide! And...

The World Health Organization reports that 3 in 10 people worldwide lack access to safe, readily available water. This is the leading cause of childhood deaths worldwide from waterborne diseases and an estimated 443 million school days lost each year from water-related illness. GivePower is a nonprofit organization working towards resolving this issue by...

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