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Free Presentation about the Financial Benefits of Solar

The public is invited to a FREE event hosted by Tick Tock Energy to discuss the financial benefits of solar! Event will be held March 26 at the Jacobs residence, starting at 5:30 p.m. Located at 1532 1300th St. Lincoln, IL 62656 Join us and local solar homeowners to answer all your questions about solar energy [...]

By | March 19th, 2019|Tick Tock Energy News|Comments Off on Free Presentation about the Financial Benefits of Solar

Illinois Smart Inverter Rebates Could Benefit You

  Illinois businesses and solar communities interested in investing in solar power might be overlooking an incentive that could save them a lot of money. As Illinois makes a strong push to get more energy from renewable sources, the state has rolled out several incentives to move its energy portfolio towards solar and wind resources. These incentives [...]

By | February 5th, 2019|Tick Tock Energy News|Comments Off on Illinois Smart Inverter Rebates Could Benefit You

Winter Weather and Solar Panels: The Good and the Bad

  Midwest winter weather can be hard on the roads, your car, and your body. However, is winter weather hard on your solar panels? Does the cold, snow, and ice affect your solar panels and their electricity production? The short answer is yes. The cold, snow, and ice do affect your solar panels. But [...]

By | February 5th, 2019|Tick Tock Energy Blog|Comments Off on Winter Weather and Solar Panels: The Good and the Bad

Snow on Solar Panels: Do’s and Don’ts

  As the depths of winter settle in, many solar homeowners might be asking a similar question: How do I deal with snow on my solar panels? Fist and foremost: CAUTION Overall, we really recommend mother nature melt the snow naturally. Here in Central Illinois, snowfall is generally moderate, and a few day's snowfall will [...]

By | February 5th, 2019|Tick Tock Energy Blog|Comments Off on Snow on Solar Panels: Do’s and Don’ts