Call Now for Solar Consultation: 480-536-8700
Loading...
News2021-04-12T17:37:05+00:00

Your Neighbors Are Saving With Solar. Why Aren’t You?

Calculate Solar Savings

Sunny Energy names DER integration project manager.-AZ Big Media

Sunny Energy names DER integration project manager Sunny Energy, an Arizona-based solar installation and consulting company, has named electrical and solar energy engineer Bahram Emami, as its newest distributed energy

By |October 12th, 2018|Categories: In The Media, News|0 Comments

Sunny Energy with Joe Cunningham and Chris Wood.-Business RadioX

Sunny Energy is a residential solar company that is dedicated to helping homeowners save money on their electric bills. The company focuses on delivering superior performance by using the best

By |August 22nd, 2018|Categories: In The Media, News|0 Comments

Sunny Energy Expands Operation to Northern California, Merges With Davis-based Talbott Solar.- Sunny Energy

Two leading solar companies have merged in order to better serve Davis and its surrounding areas with the latest in solar technology and services. Talbott Solar and Radiant, named Best

By |August 8th, 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

Solar industry leaders come together- The Arizona 100

Leaders from Arizona’s solar power industry have formed the Distributed Energy Resources Alliance (DERA), a non-profit trade organization dedicated to the development of distributed energy resources, including solar, battery storage,

By |May 14th, 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

How the steel, aluminum tarrifs could further impact the solar industry- AZ Big Media

Leaders from Arizona’s solar power industry have come together to form the Distributed Energy Resources Alliance (DERA), a non-profit trade organization dedicated to the development of distributed energy resources (DER),

By |March 29th, 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

How to save on your utility bill during off-peak hours for APS and SRP customers

As the hot summer months approach in the Valley of the Sun, APS and SRP customers are noticing a huge spike in their utility bills. On May 1, aka “May Day,” every year, APS and SRP transition from low winter rates to high cost summer rates, just in time for the start of hot weather and the use of air conditioning to stay cool.  

By |May 5th, 2020|Categories: Going Solar, Resources|Tags: , |0 Comments

IS SOLAR A SCAM? NOT IF YOU AVOID THE SLIMY SOLAR SALESMEN

Sometimes it seems solar gets a bad rap.  But why? Producing your own clean, smart and reliable energy allows you to obtain freedom from utility companies— and their rising rates.

By |March 10th, 2020|Categories: Going Solar, Resources|0 Comments

Celebrating Energy Freedom and Independence This Fourth of July

Independence Day – a patriotic holiday filled with family barbecues, fireworks, parades and honoring the red, white and blue. It is a day to celebrate what it means to be

By |October 30th, 2019|Categories: Going Solar, Resources|0 Comments

Federal Solar Tax Credit (ITC): What You Need To Know

Solar is more popular than ever before. Sunny Energy can help homeowners in the Phoenix, Arizona and Sacramento, California area save money on their electric bills and help save the […]

By |February 14th, 2019|Categories: Going Solar, Incentives, Resources|0 Comments

Why is Winter the Best Time to Install Solar? To Save Money this Summer!

As the New Year starts and the cool breezes fill the desert air, Arizona homeowners are turning on their heaters and taking advantage of the beautiful cold weather. As they […]

By |January 16th, 2019|Categories: Going Solar, Resources|0 Comments

Why DERA supports clean energy in Arizona, but not Prop 127

The Distributed Energy Resource Alliance (DERA), composed of solar industry companies, professionals and educators, urges Arizonans to vote no on Proposition 127.

By |November 2nd, 2018|Categories: Going Solar, In The Media, News, Resources|0 Comments

GET STARTED

Going solar can be overwhelming. Our award winning Homeowner’s Guide To Solar will make it easy! It’s free – just ask using the form below!


    Homeowners guide to solar