We’ll pay your June electric bill!

Tired of paying PG&E every month? Let us take care of June! Enter on the contest page and you could win free power for a month. We’re paying one lucky winners PG&E bill up to $300 this month. CLICK HERE TO ENTER Contest winner will be announced Sunday June 21st.

Visit Us at the Paso Business Expo

Do you have questions about going solar that you would like answered in person? The A.M. Sun Solar team will be at the 2015 Paso Robles Chamber Business Expo tomorrow, April 22nd,  from 4-7pm  at the Tooth and Nail Winery.   Tooth & Nail Winery 3090 Anderson Road, Paso Robles The first 500 guests through the front door also receive goody …

Cal Poly Students, the Future of Solar Technology

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo students may hold the key to the future of solar technology.  They are working to create a design that reduces the number of panels needed to supply power to a house off the grid.  With new technology they are hoping to make further advancements in the solar field and make everything run more efficiently . …

Cal Poly Enters Solar Decathlon

Over 100 members of the Cal Poly Solar Team are working together to design, engineer and construct a net-zero energy home for competition in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 coming up this October. The home team entry is designed for the Central Coast climate, promotes outdoor living and operates using all kinds of cool technology. For more information …

Will Solar Eventually be as Affordable as a Traditional Electric Bill?

Over the past 15 years, the cost of putting solar panels on a typical American house has fallen by nearly 70%. Solar electricity is on track to be as cheap or cheaper than average electricity-bill prices in all but three states by 2016—assuming, that is, that the federal government maintains the 30 % solar investment tax credit it currently offers homeowners on …

Climate Change a Terrible Argument for Going Solar?

“As an investor, I’m not invested in solar energy because of its environmental benefits; I’m invested in solar energy because it’s an abundant resource that is cost competitive today and is reducing costs more quickly than any other major energy source. Those factors should drive the discussion, not climate change.” – Motley Fool, Why Climate Change Is a Terrible Argument …