Solar Power Evolution With Lee Michael Homes of Albuquerque

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04/19/2016

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04/19/2016

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Many wishes for a great holiday season and an energy efficient new year!
12/25/2011

Many wishes for a great holiday season and an energy efficient new year!

Local restaurants spend an estimated $7,000/mo on electricity...new PNM rate hikes will eventually affect what we pay fo...
02/18/2011
PNM’s rate hike opponents gather | New Mexico Business Weekly

Local restaurants spend an estimated $7,000/mo on electricity...new PNM rate hikes will eventually affect what we pay for our fettuccini alfredo!

Albuquerque, NM News - View Daily Local Business News, Resources & more in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

PNM will be raising their rates yet again, read on: http://bit.ly/6O8QMI
01/27/2011
PNM Proposes Another Rate Hike

PNM will be raising their rates yet again, read on: http://bit.ly/6O8QMI

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Despite tough economic times, New Mexicans may soon have to dig even deeper in their wallets just to keep the lights on. Tuesday, September 23, 2008.

12/07/2010
Treasury Grant Program | SEIA - Solar Energy Industries Association

http://bit.ly/c2mNu4 - Read this article, it is very interesting.

Prior to the financial crisis, many renewable energy projects relied upon third party tax equity investors to monetize the value of federal renewable energy incentives. The economic downturn dramatically reduced the availability of tax equity, severely limiting the financing available for renewable

12/03/2010

"The solar system has no anxiety about its reputation." Ralph Waldo Emerson

11/05/2010

Tip of the week: When the weather turns cold take extra steps to maximize heating efficiency. 1. As the sun goes down close curtains and shades to reduce heat loss. 2. To take advantage of solar heat gain open all shades and curtains during the day, except those on north-facing windows. 3. Close vents and doors to rooms that are not being used.

10/22/2010

Come visit us this weekend October 23rd from 9am-5pm and 24th from 9am-4pm at the Albuquerque Home Expo. It is being held at the NM State Fairgrounds in the Manual Lujan Complex. Hope to see you there!

10/14/2010

"Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature's inexorable imperative." H.G. Wellls

10/01/2010

Tip of the week: Turn the faucet on at a fraction of full volume for things like rinsing dishes and washing hands to save a considerable amount of water.

09/24/2010

"I am only one, but I am still one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something." Helen Keller

09/17/2010

Tip of the week: Do not put lamps with with incandescent bulbs close to your air-conditioning thermostat. The heat they give off will register on the thermostat and cause the air conditioner to run longer.

Come see us this weekend September 11th and 12th at the Solar Fiesta!  Here is some info about this event:http://bit.ly/...
09/09/2010
NMSEA - Solar Fiesta 2010

Come see us this weekend September 11th and 12th at the Solar Fiesta! Here is some info about this event:http://bit.ly/9VSZyL Hope to see you there!

A two-day renewable energy fair, the Solar Fiesta features exhibits and workshops about passive solar design, wind and solar electric systems, solar heating and cooling, alternative fuels and vehicles, solar cooking, rainwater catchment, and sustainable building materials, such as strawbale, bambo...

This is a fun and interesting article about dyes and solar panels:http://bit.ly/bOSV28
09/03/2010
Off-the-Shelf Dyes Increase Solar Panel Absorption

This is a fun and interesting article about dyes and solar panels:http://bit.ly/bOSV28

The hippies were the first to push solar energy en masse in the 70’s, so it’s a wonder we haven’t thought of this before — it turns out the same stuff used to tie-dye t-shirts can increase the efficiency of solar panels. A new paper released in the Journ

08/13/2010

Tip of the week: In warm months line dry your sheets. You can string a clothesline in minutes if you have two trees in your yard. "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." Mahatma Gandhi

08/05/2010

"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous." Aristotle

07/29/2010

Tip of the week: Install weather stripping and door sweeps to exterior doors to minimize gaps and thus air and heat loss.

07/21/2010

"Nature is just enough; but men and women must comprehend and accept her suggestions." Antoinette Brown Blackwell

07/15/2010

Tip of the week: Switch to fluorescent bulbs in places where you use the most light. The initial price of the bulbs is higher than incandescent, but flourescents produce four times as much light per watt and last up to ten times longer.

07/08/2010

Tip of the week: Installing dimmer swithches where it makes sense, like hallways or dining rooms, can save 25 percent of energy if the light is dimmed by 25 percent.

06/25/2010

"The use for solar energy has not been opened up because the oil industry does not own the sun." Ralph Nader, Loose Talk

06/25/2010

Tip for the week: Keep curtains and windows closed on hot days to reduce radiant solar heat.

06/07/2010

This past weekend we attended a 3-day, 24-hour hands-on class on Photovoltaic Design and Installation given by the New Mexico Solar Energy Association. It was a great experience and loaded with helpful information.

05/27/2010

"The use of solar energy offers huge potential for natural resource and climate protection, and for the expansion of renewable energies on the road to a future-oriented energy supply." Margareta A Wolf

05/20/2010

"We are attending the American Solar Energy Society convention this week in Phoenix. Learning about all the new products and techniques in workshops and getting training on the newest installation techniques for PV solar panels, inverters and solar hot water systems. It is hitting 100 degrees here today!"

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Continuing Ed 8 hr 2017 Code update w/ John @ SE TECHNICAL SERVICES. $90 call 505-200-2544 for class dates. We also do test prep for Contractors and Journeyman.