International Indoor Soccer Arena Benefits from Solar Energy

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Albuquerque, NM – In business, overhead expense refers to an ongoing expense of operating a business.   Energy costs are a big component of overhead in many businesses.  The International Indoor Soccer Arena (IISA) located in Albuquerque, recently trimmed its overhead expenses by installing a 44.95kW-DC roof mounted solar PV system.   August marked the first full billing cycle of solar energy production since the system was turned on by PNM.  The result was that IISA went…

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Affordable Solar’s Exclusive Sun-Saver Program Dispelling The Myths That Our Competitors Have Been Promoting

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In the spring and summer of this year, Affordable Solar announced that it was offering its exclusive SunSaver third-party ownership solar program.  Shortly thereafter, Affordable Solar’s offering was covered by local media outlets, such as KOAT and the Albuquerque Journal. With all of this attention on new opportunities for thousands of New Mexicans to go solar with no money down, no money out-of-pocket, and instant savings on their utility bills, it is not surprising to…

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Is My Home Right for Solar?

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At Affordable Solar we have a mission to provide clean, affordable, energy to any New Mexican who wants energy independence and whose property is suitable. We want to see solar panels on every rooftop, however, there are a few qualifications that need to exist in order for your home to become its own energy producing power plant. Home Solar Checklist 1. What is the condition of your roof? Is it free of leaks? How old is it? Some of our…

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How Much Does Solar Cost?

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Nothing. Nada. Zip. Yes, it’s true, solar energy for your home will cost you absolutely nothing out of pocket. If you are like most New Mexicans, you already spend on average about $150 each month on your electric bill. Instead, you could skip writing that check and replace it with a lower monthly payment that covers your solar energy production. When that payment is added to any remaining electric bill (for those months that your…

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