Arizona Utilities Testing Big Batteries

Originally posted by AZ Central   A small building on the outskirts of the Festival housing developments in the far West Valley could help utilities…

Sign of the Times: Coal Mining Museum Goes Green

Originally written by: UpWorthy Deep in the heart of coal country, a very unexpected business is going green. The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum is adding…

Solar Power Advocates Undeterred By Trump’s Climate Policies

(Originally Posted by NPR) Some worry that President Trump’s rollback in climate policy will hurt renewable energy. But in Arizona, a state that has embraced…

Renewable Passion – A Conversation With John S. Martinson

  John Martinson has a deep passion for sustainable living and responsible energy sourcing.  He is currently one of the most active members in the…

Owning Solar and Your Home’s Value

As solar panel costs dip, it’s never been easier or more affordable to purchase a solar electric system for your home.  As home based rooftop solar…

The lurking surprise for solar in Arizona’s recent ruling to end net metering

Last month, Arizona regulators concluded a closely-watched proceeding on the value of solar by ending retail rate net metering and, to the frustration of solar…

Solar Firms Oppose Net Metering Changes

Changes to solar net metering adopted Tuesday by state utility regulators have the approval of many in the power industry, but there is a division in…

First of 1,500 APS Solar Partner Customers Now On Line

Written by: Pinnacle West 07/10/2015  PHOENIX – Today marks the first installation of the APS Solar Partner Program – a solar program that will see…

Q2 2016 Update From the CEO

Summer is here. Time for B-B-Q’s, boating on an AZ lake, camping in the pines and…. monsoon storms! These “burst” like storms bring harsh rain,…

Meet Patrick, Our Roofing Scientist

Why Patrick is the “Roofing Scientist”? Here at American Solar & Roofing Patrick completes and inspects all aspects when it comes to roofing.  During the…