Welcome to the world’s first Straight-Talk Solar Cast! This is your go-to podcast for answers about solar! In this week’s episode we discuss recent solar news. Did you know that PG&E is planning rolling blackouts for the summer? This is generating a lot of interest in solar power + battery systems. We discuss the substance vs. the fluff. And a few more happenings this week in solar industry news. Here’s a recent quote from NPR:
“This year, for the first time, the company may shut down the giant, high-voltage transmission lines that serve as arteries to the system, possibly leaving large cities like San Francisco and San Jose, hundreds of miles from a wildfire zone, in the dark. This is raising concerns about how widespread power shutdowns will affect the most vulnerable.”
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About Jamie Duran & Solar Harmonics
Brought to you by Solar Harmonics in Northern California, who invite their customers to “Own Their Energy” by purchasing a solar panel system or their home, business, or farm. You can check out the website for the best solar energy equipment installer, Solar Harmonics, here. Each episode we discuss questions facing people making the decision to go solar. The solutions to your questions are given to you – straight – by one of the leading experts in the solar industry, Jamie Duran, president of Solar Harmonics. Feel free to search our library for answers to questions that you’re facing when considering solar.
Produced by Magnified Media
Solar Cast is produced by Adam Duran, director of Magnified Media. Based in Walnut Creek, California, Magnified Media is a digital marketing agency focused on online marketing, SEO, website design, local search ranking and reputation management for businesses of all sizes. Magnified Media helping business owners master their marketing by:
– getting them more online reviews,
– getting their website seen and
– creating engaging social media content.
In his spare time Adam enjoys working as the volunteer director of Delta Education Foundation and DeltaLAX, the Delta’s first youth lacrosse league.