Technical

March 23, 2019

Solar Mounting Systems: Roof & Ground

When asking, “What goes into designing a home solar system?”,  some may be wondering about which solar panels we use. Although this is obviously important, the first design element to determine is the mounting location ... Continue Reading ›

August 28, 2018

Why SunPower?

Rayah installs SunPower. Want to know why? Keep Reading.   Q:​ Why does Rayah Solar use SunPower Panels? A: ​After years of market research, solar installations and product tests, we have decided to use SunPower systems for ... Continue Reading ›

September 14, 2017

LiDar: The Future of Home Evaluations for Solar

How Lidar Technology Can Change Your Perspective on Solar Readiness In many regards, solar works the way one would expect: the sun shines on the solar panels, the panels produce electricity, which means your home needs ... Continue Reading ›

August 31, 2017

Consumption Monitoring: An Industry Game Changer

“What I really like about consumption monitoring is that I can check my SunPower portal on my phone and see when my electric dryer is being used! I have full control of my electricity. The ... Continue Reading ›

June 13, 2017

Solar Production - Recently disMAYed

Man… Doesn't it seem like we have gotten a lot of rain lately?  In fact, from a solar production point of view, it feels like the month of May was a wash – literally!  That ... Continue Reading ›

November 13, 2014

The Good, Bad, and The Dirty of Solar Inverters (And Bonus – The Best)

What is a solar inverter? And why does it matter? The solar inverter is the contraption on a solar system that converts Direct Current (DC) power into Alternating Current (AC). That is important because your ... Continue Reading ›

June 3, 2014

Solar Panels – Safer Than Your Microwave!

As a Solar Consultant for Rayah Solar, different questions and comments about the system come my way; some old, some new, and some are just plain interesting. Recently a customer asked about EMF’s (Electromagnetic Fields), ... Continue Reading ›