Energy Audits: Saving Energy, Saving Energy, & Now, Saving Lives. Click to read about an eye-opening energy audit: http://bit.ly/12ms5ju

Energy Audits: Saving Energy, Saving Energy, & Now, Saving Lives. Click to read about an eye-opening energy audit: http://bit.ly/12ms5ju


This is only part of a solar array, installed at Boarman’s Old Fashioned Meat Market in Maryland, by Solar Energy World. Boarman’s is one of many businesses that has made the switch to solar power. Click to read more about businesses that are solar powered.

This is only part of a solar array, installed at Boarman’s Old Fashioned Meat Market in Maryland, by Solar Energy World. Boarman’s is one of many businesses that has made the switch to solar power. Click to read more about businesses that are solar powered.


Do Solar Panels Work in the Winter? Click to find out: http://bit.ly/VnbDSo

Do Solar Panels Work in the Winter? Click to find out: http://bit.ly/VnbDSo


Enter the Solar Holiday Photo Contest for a chance to win a Solar Gift Package!

Enter the Solar Holiday Photo Contest for a chance to win a Solar Gift Package!


Interesting in learning how to go solar? Learn about solar for your home or business at our November 3rd workshop in Elkridge, MD. Visit Solar Energy World to RSVP for FREE admission.

Interesting in learning how to go solar? Learn about solar for your home or business at our November 3rd workshop in Elkridge, MD. Visit Solar Energy World to RSVP for FREE admission.



Solar Energy World installs first commercial solar electric system in Thurmont.

Solar Energy World installs first commercial solar electric system in Thurmont.



[At] the end of my first year, the power co has paid me for surplus energy (net production). There seemed to be some question as to whether they would or would not do this.
Anyway they did pay me (it’s a tiny amount but it is proof that they do pay and that my system is covering all of my electrical needs. It will be more next year (again not a large amount but its always better to get something then nothing), because phase II did not go into operation until late September. Also the power year starts on May 1st and ends on April 30th . So I actually managed to net positive with only 11 months of solar capacity.

Thanks,
Rich S.

Sent to Solar Energy World by a recent customer.