In honor of Earth Day, REC Solar is pleased to release the long-awaited sequel to the Megawatts comic book. “Blackout” was written and submitted by Gavin Hiller during our comic book contest for kids and really demonstrated a keen understanding for the role renewable energy and microgrids have in keeping the power on!
We had so many amazing submissions for our Megawatts comic book sequel contest! All the submissions had compelling characters and really great storylines about renewable energy, so it was a really tough decision to pick only one for our next comic book. But we are excited to announce our official winner!
You loved our first solar energy comic book about the MegaWatts - a team of superheroes that bands together to defeat global warming! Now we want to know, what happens next? Submit your ideas and we will choose one story to be made into a special comic books sequel!
Replacing fossil fuels with renewables is vital for the health of our environment, the people in our communities, and our economy. Our free comic book illustrates the power of renewable energy in a way that kids and adults alike can enjoy!
Earth Day was created back in 1970 after a devastating oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. The original intent of Earth Day was to have a day set aside for the public to think and learn about the environment.
Energy bills can be confusing to read and understand. We created a quick guide to your energy bill, defining where your charges for electricity, demand and delivery come from. Our guide also explains how solar offsets each part of your bill.
Solar has been around for several decades, but many people still do not know whether their business is a good candidate for solar, or when they should consider investing. In our latest educational guide called “Determining When Solar Makes Sense for Your Business,” REC Solar shares lessons learned to help you pinpoint the best time to invest.