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The new line of Canadian Solar Mono Panels have hit the market, and they are now in space that is relatively unoccupied. They are filling a need in the market, and we are moving a ton of them as a result. Let me explain what is happening. The Canadian Solar 275W Mono Black Frame Panel, […]

Panasonic Solar Panels have finally arrived. When we heard that Panasonic had a product that was going to battle LG and Sunpower at the pinnacle of the solar module market, we were skeptical. Not to say that the previous Panasonic panels were bad – they were not. We have a couple customers that were very […]

In 2015, LG panels quickly catapulted to become one of our bestselling panels.  Their combination of technology and efficiency, and with a favorable price point, made the LG panels a very hot commodity.  Through our partnership, we carried the LG 280W, LG 300 Black, LG 305 and LG 310 Watt panels.  Towards the end of […]

After a few sessions of researching washing machines on Amazon.com, reading countless reviews (That may or may not be real), I was ready to head to Best Buy to see and touch some of the machines I had been reviewing.  Most of the major players were represented at Best Buy, and I looked at them, […]

Typically solar inverters efficiency is approximately 95%, so you could have about 5% power loss when the electric current is innverted from DC to AC. ABB Solar Inverters have a maximum efficiency of 96.5%.  The change from AC to DC in your electric products is far less efficient; you can lose 10-40% of power. This happens […]

We have received a few questions lately about the increasing prices of solar modules, and what specifically about the “tariff” is causing it.  I decided to take a couple minutes to talk through it, which may be worthwhile to sum to gain a basic understanding of what is currently going on in the module marketplace. […]

Well, it’s finally official.  Tandem Solar has launched a wholesale division of its project development business.  The strategy is simple: Sell the products we know and use, while passing along top-tier prices due to our large, centralized spend.  We do not want to be everything for everyone – there are plenty of those wholesale companies, […]