Solar Power Blog

Thank you for visiting our solar power blog! We truly appreciate your support of solar energy and our hope is that you'll find value and inspiration in the following articles. Our solar blog is where we share news – both local and national – related to the world of solar energy, useful information about alternative energy, and even fun tips and trivia. For example, did you know that the White House, the Eiffel Tower, and Dubai's Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world) are all powered by the sun?

This is also where you can also stay up-to-date on Sullivan Solar Power's commitment to help make the communities we serve a better place. As proponents of clean, environmentally-friendly energy, we understand that the well-being of every living thing on the planet is dependent on the actions we choose to take every day. Some of our past projects have included a pet food drive, participation in global climate walkouts, and a student scholarship program for second and third-generation immigrants.

So whether you're a long-time customer of Sullivan Solar Power or would simply like to know more about clean energy, this is the best solar blog to answer all of your questions. Solar panels have continued to increase in popularity with every passing decade since they were invented over 60 years ago, so why not learn more about what makes them a great choice? We'll be here to support you every step of the way in your journey toward a more sustainable future.

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Solar Battery Types and Benefits

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With the right battery storage system, you can tap into a range of solar battery benefits and get even more out of your investment.
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How Do Solar Panels Work At Night?

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You can continue to benefit from your solar panels at night by using this surplus of energy to your advantage. To do so, you can choose from a couple of different strategies.
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Teaching Kids About Renewable Energy

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As the state of our planet becomes more fragile every day, it becomes increasingly important to educate future generations about the many renewable energy options that are available.
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The History of Solar Energy at the White House

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Forty years ago, President Jimmy Carter became the first president who acknowledged the need for renewable energy by having 32 solar panels installed on the West Wing roof of the White House.
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