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My solar panel installation day and experience with going green.

Posts Tagged ‘Inland Empire

August 18 solar panel results

August 18, 2011

My classroom air conditioner started breaking down 2 weeks ago and Monday stopped working period.  Maybe tomorrow it will get fixed. It is not fun teaching in a room that is over 90 degrees with stagnant air and no breeze. It will be fine soon. Onward and forward. I put 2 fans in my room […]

August 8 and 9 solar panel results

August 9, 2011

More hot days out here in the Inland Empire. Par for the course for mid-August. My panels work without any worry as always. Some teachers at work asked me about my iPad and that led into the solar panel discussion. They had not heard of solar leasing so I explained a little, but did not […]

Today is the day!

February 26, 2011

If you live in the Inland Empire, feel free to attend my free seminar on solar leasing (or purchase) in Temecula today 2/26/11 from 10am to 11am. Yes, I know it is cold and you rather stay home, but just remember it is a short walk to the heater in the car and a short […]

Feb. 23rd results – cloudy

February 23, 2011

Here is the graph for Feb. 23rd. Another cloudy day. It still makes electricity everyday no matter what the weather. So I save money everyday. It might snow I hear down to 2,000 feet here this weekend in the Inland Empire (Riverside, CA). Maybe it will snow here at my house. We are at 1850 […]

December 23 – first day of no rain

December 24, 2010

Finally, we got to see the sun today for a short time, no rain today. I felt like I had moved to Oregon, Washington, or Japan. Here is the graph for today and the total for the month so far. My guess of 350 is not going to happen at this rate. Who knew it […]

Wettest December in 120 years – How to repair wet carpets

December 23, 2010

It rained for 6 days, Friday through Wednesday. Everyone’s backyards are lakes and at Home Depot yesterday all the blowers and dehumidifiers were gone by 9am. We used our wet/dry vacuum and a hair dryer. I was out in the yard making holes in the drain line so it would drain out part of the […]