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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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|

North Carolina has morphed into a solar power leader this year

What was one of the hottest solar states in 2013 in the U.S.? Would you expect it was North Carolina? Yes, North Carolina is home to Apple’s two recently finished massive (40 MW total) solar panel farms. But the state also has emerged on its own as a major market for solar. According to the latest report from the Solar Energy Industry Association and GTM Research, North Carolina was the third most active solar

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:58+00:00 December 27th, 2013|

Harnessing the Sun, With Help From Cities

PALM DESERT, Calif. — Rick Clark’s garage is loaded with fast toys for playing in the sun. He has a buggy for racing on sand dunes, two sleek power boats for pulling water skiers, and a new favorite: 48 solar panels that send his energy meter whirring backward. Bronzed and deeply lined from decades of life in the desert sun, Mr. Clark is not one to worry about global warming. He

By | 2017-01-17T16:30:58+00:00 December 25th, 2013|

Rooftop solar power reaches new milestone in Australia

More than 3 gigawatts of solar power has now been installed on Australian rooftops, which will produce enough energy over the next year to run Melbourne's entire train network for more than a decade, Clean Energy Council Chief Executive David Green said in an address to the Energy Efficiency Council's national conference today. Mr Green said official Clean Energy Regulator figures this week showed more than 3 gigawatts of solar

By | 2014-07-10T09:33:59+00:00 December 23rd, 2013|

A Staff of Robots Can Clean and Install Solar Panels

RICHMOND, Calif. — In a dusty yard under a blistering August sun, Rover was hard at work, lifting 45-pound solar panels off a stack and installing them, one by one, into a concrete track. A few yards away, Rover’s companion, Spot, moved along a row of panels, washing away months of grit, then squeegeeing them dry. Rover, a robot, placing a solar panel in a track at Alion Energy, which

By | 2014-07-10T09:34:59+00:00 December 13th, 2013|

Dubai To Add 50 MW of Solar before World Expo 2020, Access Says

Dubai, the second-largest sheikhdom in the United Arab Emirates, will spend about $100 million to add 50 megawatts of solar-power capacity by the time it hosts the World Expo 2020 exhibition, consultant Access Advisory said. The new capacity will help meet Dubai’s own target of generating half the additional power needed to run the Expo from renewable resources, Stephane Bontemps, managing director of the Dubai-based business, told reporters yesterday. Dubai, which teetered on

By | 2014-07-10T09:35:08+00:00 December 9th, 2013|

Solar-Powered Battery Woven Into Fabric Overcomes Hurdle for ‘Wearable Electronics’

Though some people already seem inseparable from their smartphones, even more convenient, wearable, solar-powered electronics could be on the way soon, woven into clothing fibers or incorporated into watchbands. This novel battery development, which could usher in a new era of "wearable electronics," is the topic of a paper in the ACS journal Nano Letters. Current wearable electronics, such as smartwatches and Google Glass, still require a charger with a

By | 2014-07-10T09:35:08+00:00 December 5th, 2013|

Norwegian village uses giant mirrors to capture the sun

Sun-starved residents of a remote Norwegian village unveiled an ingenious mirror system Wednesday to bring natural light to their mountain valley home and liberate them from darkness that envelops them six months a year. The mountains surrounding Rjukan village have deprived its 3,500 inhabitants of direct sunlight for six months every year, until local artist Martin Andersen revived a century old idea to reflect it with mirrors. "From now we'll

By | 2014-07-10T09:39:53+00:00 November 5th, 2013|

Harvard Business School installs AC photovoltaic solar array

  Harvard Business School has just completed a large rooftop solar installation using AC modules from ET Solar powered by SolarBridge microinverters. Massachusetts-based solar energy company Solect Energy Development, LLC installed the 80kW project at Tata Hall, a new executive education facility. The Tata Hall project addresses Harvard University's commitment to reduce greenhouse gases thirty percent by 2016 using 2006 as a baseline and including all future growth.   Read

By | 2014-07-10T09:40:09+00:00 October 24th, 2013|

University of Maryland Robotic Bird Harvests Solar Energy

  Small robotic birds could be useful for tasks such as environmental monitoring and conducting surveillance. But the major drawback they have is the amount of time they are able to stay aloft. Because of the birds' light weight and small size, the tiny batteries used to power them deplete in just minutes. University of Maryland Professors S.K. Gupta and Hugh Bruck and their students in the Maryland Robotics Center are working

By | 2014-07-10T09:40:13+00:00 October 21st, 2013|