July was one hot month and while many paid a fortune running air conditioners, solar system owners are turning sunlight into electricity and turning lowering utility bills. With the hottest temperatures in August these savings are crucial.
One fun part of almost every solar power system is a monitoring program. Monitoring shows what solar panels "harvest" over time and add up the savings and carbon offset equivalents to help see the great benefits to utility bills and the community. Monitoring software comes standard with most solar installations and is accessible from a webpage and smartphone app.
To learn more about solar monitoring programs and how to harness the summer sun for energy savings visit Solar Alternatives today.Feel free to contact Solar Alternatives with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 785-2664.