Investing in a solar attic ventilation fan is a smart choice that will save you money in the long run. However, there are a few things you can do to optimize your fan and ensure you are getting your money's worth. 1. Optimize Your Fan's Sun Exposure It's important to ensure that your fan is receiving maximum sun exposure because those UV rays are what keep the fan running.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or Commission) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) on June 16, 2022, to reform the Commission's standard generator interconnection procedures and agreements. This proposal seeks to establish how utility providers integrate new projects into the existing transmission system. They hope to reduce the industry's backlogs for integrating new projects into existing systems. New comments have been submitted by the Solar Energy Industries
According to the Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA), supply chain issues have drastically slowed solar power installations in 2022. As many as 20 percent of planned solar installations have been affected. According to the EIA's June 2022 Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory, 17.8 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) generating capacity was slated for installation in 2022. However, the first six months of the year have
Wednesday, Ford announced a deal with DTE Energy to power its electricity supply in Michigan with clean energy, a significant step in its goal to become carbon neutral by 2050. DTE is Michigan's largest producer of renewable energy, and this deal will add 650 megawatts of new solar energy capacity in the state by 2025. From now on, each Ford vehicle produced at the facility will be assembled using
Ventilation Myth #1: Installing a Solar Ventilation Fan Will Damage My Roof FALSE This is a very common solar fan ventilation myth that makes some customers concerned. A quality attic fan will never damage your roof. A well-designed unit like the SolarRoyal SR1800 Solar Attic Ventilation Fan is specifically designed to prevent leaks around the installation site. A solar attic fan that allows water to seep into the attic
SolarRoyal is at the North Texas Roofing Contractors Association (NTRCA) Mini Tradeshow in Grapevine, TX. Come out to the Grapevine Convention Center to Booth 2 and talk with one of our solar ventilation experts to find out why the SolarRoyal solar attic ventilation fans are the best on the market.
The White House recently announced a 24-month tariff exemption for solar panel products imported from several Southeast Asian nations after increased criticism of inflated energy prices stemming from the war in Europe. The affected countries include Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. This move comes after the Commerce Department's investigation into the solar industry in Southeast Asia and suspicions of goods from China being trafficked through other Asian countries to avoid
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all sectors of the economy hard. However, the solar industry is one market that has shown a remarkable amount of resilience. Companies continue to innovate and move solar technology forward despite the economic troubles. This continued innovation creates fierce competition, which drives the rapidly growing market. The government also endeavors to encourage market growth by providing incentives for solar installations. Growing Demand for Existing Solar
Our SolarRoyal SR1800 Series solar attic ventilation fans have been specifically designed to be simple to install and extremely user-friendly. However, we understand that there are many types of roofs, some of which provide unique installation challenges. Our SolarRoyal ventilation experts have designed a range of SR1800 Series accessories for SolarRoyal solar attic fans to make installation easy and pain-free on even the most challenging roofs. SolarRoyal 3" Aluminum Curb
When deciding which solar attic fan is right for you, it is essential to ensure you get the best quality and performance on the market. Anyone can say they have the best fan on the market, but if the design and performance of the fan itself are subpar, all those pretty marketing promises mean nothing. So, how do you tell which fan is the best? The proof is in