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Solar video

Going solar, power outages, electric vehicles, and more with Our Ludicrous Future

In Our Ludicrous Future, a video podcast, Tim Dodd, Joe Scott, and Ben Sullins discuss exciting new technology hitting the clean energy industry. In this episode, you’ll learn about technology spanning across solar, battery storage, electric vehicles (EVs), and energy independence. In this article, we’ll explain some of the highlights of what you’ll see (and hear) in this episode.

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Alternative solar financing

Alternative ways to pay for solar

Adding solar to your home almost always pays off! However, assuming you purchase your solar system, you’ll have to either provide an upfront cash payment or monthly payments (like if you choose a $0 down loan). While there are several options to finance solar panels for your home, there are a few things you’ll need to be aware of to select the best option for you. In this article, we’ll discuss some alternative solar financing options that you may not know about! 

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matt ferrell

Does solar pay off? Matt Ferrell’s experience four years later on Undecided

If you’re worried that solar may not have the payoff you’re expecting, this Undecided episode by Matt Ferrell might help you understand the potential! In the video, Matt takes a look at his solar panels four years later to see if they are really worth it. Spoiler alert: They are!

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LG Solar retirement

What you should know about LG exiting the solar industry

In February 2022, Korean electronic manufacturer LG Solar announced its plans to stop solar panel production at its 550 megawatt (MW) assembly plant in Huntsville, Alabama. Production at this facility began in 2018 and it’s currently one of the largest crystalline silicon solar panel manufacturing facilities in the U.S. While the news has shocked some in the industry, others say they’ve seen it coming – but why is LG Solar making this change? And what does it mean for you if you have LG solar panels?

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