SolarRoy Product-Line..

SolarRoyal specializes in energy efficiency solutions and products. Our primary product being our modular SR1800 Series Solar Attic (Ventilation) Fans. We are constantly improving our products, components but at the request of our partners our product line has grown significantly:

SR1800 Premium Solar Attic Fans.
Solar Gable Fans.
Solar Fan Accessories.
Premium Insulated Attic Staircase
  (Hatchway) Covers.

Whole Home Surge Supression.
Attic Insulation Removal Bags.

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OUR PARTNERS ARE SAYING…

• "We have a product that is by far the best solution on the market."
• "Smartest and well thought-out product we have ever used. Easy to install and offers the best value & quality."

THE BEST FEATURES, PERFORMANCE,
VALUE AND EASY OF INSTALLATION.

Hands down, these are the biggest compliment we can get and the SolarRoyal team members are industry leaders in bringing the best sales and support together. We offer partner training events, trade-show support or customized bids support. OUR SALES TEAM & PARTNERS ARE THE VERY BEST!

ATTIC INSULATION REMOVAL BAGS

Contractor Grade; heavy-duty thread and reinforced stitching.
• Made of 100% Polypropylene and 75gsm (2.6oz) thickness.
• Engineered to fit most vacuum machines. <More-Info>

AS LOW AS $7.75ea.

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Here Comes the Sun-Powered MacBook?

Apple wants to use natural energy sources to keep MacBooks powered while on the move. The company has won a patent for a laptop with a lid that features a second display, touch inputs and solar cells. The latter could help users keep their MacBooks' batteries topped up without having to plug in an external charger. Apple filed its application in 2010, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted

By | 2014-07-10T09:32:23+00:00 January 31st, 2014|

Low energy bills come rain or shine from solar and wind power

The savings made by installers of loft insulation, new boilers and cavity wall insulation may only be half the amount promised, but there is one area where many households are keeping warm and cutting their bills – by taking advantage of feed-in tariffs. Chris Handel, 44, a chartered surveyor from Brighton and his wife, Hilary, 52, have doubled the size of their home in recent years by extending, but their energy bills

By | 2014-07-10T09:32:36+00:00 January 29th, 2014|

IBM solar collector magnifies sun by 2,000x

Concentrating the sun's ray onto solar photovoltaic (PV) modules requires walking the fine line between optimizing power output and not literally melting your very expensive super-high-efficiency solar cells. A team led by IBMResearch seems to have found a way to push back the line. They have created a High Concentration PhotoVoltaic Thermal (HCPVT) system that is capable of concentrating the power of 2,000 suns onto hundreds of triple junction photovoltaic chips measuring

By | 2014-07-10T09:32:41+00:00 January 27th, 2014|

World’s largest solar-powered bridge opens in London

After nearly five years in the making, Network Rail has cut the ribbon on the world's largest solar-powered bridge at Blackfriars Bridge across the River Thames. As part of a project with solar installation firm Solarcentury, the roof of the bridge has been covered with 4,400 photovoltaic panels, providing up to half of the energy for London Blackfriars station. First Capital Connect, which runs Blackfriars, expects the panels to cut

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:02+00:00 January 24th, 2014|

Catching Rays in California, and Storing Them

WASHINGTON — Solar power is growing so fast in California — with installations by customers increasing tenfold since 2006 — that it is turning the state’s power system upside down. In a twist that is being closely watched by power companies around the country, California utilities will install massive banks of batteries and other devices to store the power surplus created by solar panels in the afternoon, when the sun’s rays are

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:07+00:00 January 19th, 2014|

Europe’s Way of Encouraging Solar Power Arrives in the U.S.

  Solar cells adorn the roofs of many homes and warehouses across Germany, while the bright white blades of wind turbines are a frequent sight against the sky in Spain. If one day these machines become as common on the plains and rooftops of the United States as they are abroad, it may be because the financing technique that gave Europe an early lead in renewable energy is starting to cross the

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:15+00:00 January 17th, 2014|

11 Ingenious Solar Projects Impacting the Developing World

It's easy to take energy for granted, forgetting that throughout much of the world, a lack of power affects everything from business to education to matters of life and death. Approximately 1.5 billion people still don't have access to electricity worldwide, with an additional 1 billion having only intermittent access. By using the power of the sun — the ultimate natural resource — these issues can be ameliorated, if not solved. Scientists,

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:27+00:00 January 14th, 2014|

Solar Market Heading for a ‘Second Gold Rush’ in 2014

Rooftop solar panel purchases are on the rise. That’s great news for the solar industry, says Deutsche Bank Market Research, which is predicting a stellar year and a “second gold rush” for the North American solar market. The bank’s report, “2014 Outlook: Let the Second Gold Rush Begin,” gave additional incentive for solar installation companies, which Deutsche Bank predicts will lead this resurgence. It placed the base demand for 2014 at around

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:28+00:00 January 9th, 2014|

From Ford, a Plug-In That Tracks the Sun

If Stonehenge had been built with a visitor’s parking lot, the spaces might have looked something like what Ford proposes for its C-Max Solar Energi, a plug-in hybrid with a rooftop solar panel. The roof of the Ford C-Max Solar Energi Concept is covered with photovoltaic cells. Stonehenge, scientists tell us, took account of the sun’s changing path across the sky, using giant stone monoliths as seasonal alignment markers. Likewise,

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:38+00:00 January 6th, 2014|

Quantum waves at the heart of organic solar cells

By using an ultrafast camera, scientists say they have observed the very first instants following the absorption of light into artificial yet organic nanostructures and found that charges not only formed rapidly but also separated very quickly over long distances - phenomena that occur due to the wavelike nature of electrons which are governed by fundamental laws of quantum mechanics. This result surprised scientists as such phenomena were believed to

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:43+00:00 January 2nd, 2014|