5 Energy Saving Tips for a Spooky Halloween

This Halloween, protect yourself from evil spirits waiting to torment you – and rising energy bills – with these energy efficiency tips. After all, saving energy and money is a treat you can enjoy all year long.

To save additional money on your energy costs we have these 5 tips:

  1. One of the scariest things is the dark and not knowing what hides in the shadows. Take full advantage of this scary effect by turning off all your lights this Halloween night.
  2. Fill your Halloween Pumpkins with candles. Candles don’t use energy and they are way spookier than regular flashlights.
  3. To save more money on lighting costs, use energy-efficient light bulbs and LED lights. LEDs come in a wide range of colors and effects too.
  4. Help your trick or treaters find their way to your door with some solar walkway lights. Solar walkway lights will charge up during the day and shine bright at night without using any energy.
  5. Remember to power down your decorations. After a successful night of Halloween trick-or-treating, or welcoming kids with frightful costumes at your doorstep, make sure you unplug or turn off your outside decorations after the night has quieted down.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

The SunSpark Technology Inc. family joins Breast Cancer Awareness month wearing pink! Whether you are fighting or know someone who is, it’s important to spread the word, in hopes of one day finding a cure!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

SunSpark Visit

We would like to thank both our State Senator Richard D. Roth from the 31st District in Riverside, CA and Assembly Member Jose Medina from District 61 We would like to thank you for taking an interest in our Solar Panel Manufacturing facility located in downtown Riverside. Being able to walk through our facility and seeing firsthand how our Solar Panels are made.  Bob Keefe and Josh Buswell-Charkow thank you for arranging this tour.

 

We are one of a handful of Solar Panel Manufactures located in The United States of American voted top 10 in DVN-GL’s Reliability Test along with some of the largest Solar Manufactures from across the world. We are a hidden gem in Riverside doing our part in reducing our carbon foot print for a brighter tomorrow.

 

Ask us about how we can help you with your renewable energy requirements.

 

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SunSpark is listed on CUL

SunSpark SPI exhibition in Las Vegas

Booth No.3440,SPI exhibition in Las Vegas 2017,Welcome to visit us.

 

SunSpark PV module in the list of FSEC

Four type of SunSpark PV moudle are in the list of Florida Solar Energy Center.

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SunSpark named as top performer by DNV-GL PV module reliability scorecard testing.

DNV GL’s PV Module Reliability Scorecard gathers reliability test data from its lab on a large group of panel manufacturers. The lab has been testing solar modules for more than six years and has reams of historical data to compare performance among vendors.

Here are the top performers for 2017, according to the report.

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SunSpark Intersolar 2017, July 11th~13th

Welcome to SunSpark PV Solar Exhibition  at Moscone West Convention Center In San Francisco , Booth No. 8633A

SunSpark Technology also can provide the capacity of 200 MW each year.

Silicon Ranch to build 200 MW-AC of solar in the United States

The portfolio of four solar projects will provide low-cost electricity for 38 co-ops in Georgia, and builds on existing projects developed by the two companies.

Georgia is a late comer to the solar game, but the U.S. state has arrived in a big way. After being forced to engage by pro-solar Republicans on the state’s utility commission, Georgia Power began commissioning hundreds of megawatts of solar, which brought the state into the top 10 of solar markets as early as 2013, and Georgia was the third-largest market last year with over 1 GW installed.

However, Georgia’s rural electric cooperatives are also getting in on the game. As early as 2001 a group of cooperatives got together to form Green Power EMC, a company to buy power from renewable energy facilities, which back them was largely biomass and hydro.

Today Green Power EMC announced that it has struck a deal with Silicon Ranch for the developer to build four PV plants totaling 200 MW-AC to supply cheap power to 38 of its member cooperatives. Silicon Ranch will develop, fund, build own and operate the projects, and Green Power EMC will buy all the power they generate.

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