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This Week in Solar News

At Urban Design Solar, we take pride in staying on the cutting edge of all things solar! And we want to keep our customers informed, too. Here's our roundup of solar news for this week! 'Major' solar project gets the green light in Northern Ireland Solar is becoming a worldwide energy source, and we couldn't [...]

2017-03-31T22:29:15-07:00By |Tech News|0 Comments

This Week in Solar News

We like to keep our customers informed of new events and developments in solar. Here's the solar news you need to know this week! Oregon solar advocates plot path to 4 GW of solar power in 10 years The Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association (OSEIA) has big plans on the horizon. Their goal is to ensure [...]

Get all the benefits of natural light any time you want

Solar power has plenty of benefits for the environment and your bank account. But with Solatubes, the benefits don't end there. Studies show that natural sunlight can improve your mood, increase your productivity, and have a positive effect on your overall well-being. What if you could bring all those benefits directly into your home? Most [...]

This Week in Solar News

There’s always a lot going on in the solar industry. We want to keep our Urban Design Solar customers informed of the latest and greatest solar news. Here’s our roundup of the biggest solar news this week! A Renewable Energy Journey in the Pacific Island communities in the Pacific are exploring the environmental benefits of clean energy. [...]

2017-03-17T22:21:50-07:00By |Tech News|0 Comments

CoolPV: Optimize Your Roof Space for the Optimal Energy Output

We know your roof only has so much room to spare, and we want to be sure you get the best product to meet your needs. If you’re trying to decide between water-heating solar and electrical solar because your roof doesn’t have enough space for both, we recommend CoolPV. It’s the perfect solution to help [...]

2017-12-02T20:12:07-08:00By |Switching to Solar|Comments Off on CoolPV: Optimize Your Roof Space for the Optimal Energy Output
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