PNM Rate Increase

PNM has proposed a 16% rate increase on homeowner’s bills. That means, unless you go solar today, your bill is going only one direction. Up!

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Purchase a solar array today to qualify for a 30% federal tax credit and 10% state tax credit. The credits are expected to go down after 2016.

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Break the Chain – A Manifesto for Everyone without Solar

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Dear Solar Consumer, I was considering blogging about some factual details and arguments for the use of solar power; details about its benefits and economic advantages and why a typical New Mexico consumer, whether business or household, should invest in a solar generation solution. I could have written about the triple bottom line – People, Planet and Profit.  About how all of the “smart companies do it”.   I would …

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Solar and Fire Safety

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Do I need to worry about them lighting on fire? This is one of the most common questions we get from customers who are preparing to install a solar array on their home or business, and there is definitely logic behind the query. After all, solar panels are electrical equipment, and all electrical equipment has some fire hazard associated with it. Also, anything sitting on top of the roof in a New Mexico summer …

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Solar Vineyard

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One of my greatest passions is helping local businesses thrive in New Mexico. While there are challenges to operating in a small state like ours, I’ve often found solar solutions for small businesses that allow for lower operating costs, increased cash flow and a predictable ROI. One of my customers operates a vineyard here in Albuquerque. The hot summer months are watering season, which has historically resulted in excessively high electricity costs.

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