Tag: go solar

July 26, 2018

10 Most Popular Solar Questions

10 Most Popular Solar Questions Questions are a fact of life. They help us learn, understand our environment and make informed decisions. Here at Rayah, we’re used to answering questions about solar. We’ve asked our consultants ... Continue Reading ›

July 13, 2017

SRECs in Real Life - A Case Study

Welcome to the second installment of everything you need to know about SRECs. Last week we discussed the basics of SRECs – what they are, how you get them, and how they can affect your ... Continue Reading ›

July 7, 2017

SRECs 101 - All You Need To Know

Bob: “Hey. What’s happening?” Chris: “You know. Same ol’, same ol’.  Kids just finished up with school, busy with work. And oh yeah, we own a power plant now.” Bob: “A power plant?” Chris: “Yeah, we just put ... Continue Reading ›

March 2, 2017

Mass Solar Loan: A New Way for Homeowners to Save

In 2015, designs were put in place for a $30 million residential solar loan program. Built to complement the nation's leading solar market in Massachusetts, the Mass Solar Loan (MSL) program was born. This program ... Continue Reading ›

August 30, 2016

SunPower Equinox: Excellence Runs in the Family

What do you think of when you think of family? Mother, father, sisters, brothers. Maybe cousins, aunts, uncles, grand parents? If you've ever been in the military, a fraternity/sorority, or a sports team you know ... Continue Reading ›

July 7, 2016

The State Pays Homeowners to Go Solar

  Now, more than ever, is the best time to go solar. This is due to the various incentives that go along with switching to this form of clean energy. A common question I would expect ... Continue Reading ›

June 16, 2016

The Switch To SunPower

The Switch To SunPower Recently, we made the decision to switch to the SunPower Equinox System. This is the world’s only comprehensive solar system, with the solar panels, inverter, racking and monitoring listed as one UL ... Continue Reading ›

October 12, 2015

Low Supply, High Demand: The Effects of Fossil Fuel Supply on Electricity Costs

It's that time again. No, it's not the back to school season or the end of your vacation. It's the time of the year when electric bills traditionally begin to rise, and you get that ... Continue Reading ›

August 8, 2014

Life & the Rayah Solar Experience

At one point in my life, I was a lazy college student with a job at the information booth at the Northeastern University Student Center. My job was to provide general information about the University ... Continue Reading ›