Category Archives: Blog

Albuquerque Urban Homestead

We love being able to work with other local organizations that are striving to make our state the best it can be. Albuquerque Urban Homestead focuses on growing produce in the city and eating local. It's even better when these organizations choose to work with us in their personal lives. An excerpt from the Post:…
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New Mexico State Solar Tax Credit 2017

New Mexico Solar State Tax Credit Extension 2017 This 2017 legislative session will be back to business this Tuesday January 17th 2017 and you need to know that the Solar New Mexico Tax Credit is trying to be extended this session. Sarah Maestas Barnes has Pre-filed House Bill 61 to extend the Solar Market Tax…
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Real vs Fake Christmas Tree

Real vs Fake Christmas Tree For the environmentally conscious Every year when having family over for Christmas they give me a hard time for our choice to cut a real tree instead of investing in an artificial Christmas tree. It’s become the Great Christmas Debate - Which is better for the environment? A fake tree…
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Guide to Net Metering and Net Billing

Net Billing is not the same as Net Metering. Under ‘Net Metering’ the solar energy which a customer generates for themselves is metered (or measured), so that any excess electricity which is generated can be banked (think "rollover minutes") to the customer’s account for future consumption. 'Net Billing', on the other hand, allows solar customers to generate electricity…
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How can solar contractors improve the appearance of solar carports?

How can solar contractors improve the appearance of solar carports? Originally published July 18, 2016 Emily Wild, Solar Power World Magazine For potential customers interested in installing solar carports, visual appearance is a major concern. Customers are usually looking for a structure that blends with the subtle of their preexisting buildings and landscape. “Unlike traditional…
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