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A 2016 SOLAR YEAR IN REVIEW!

 As the end of the year approaches and we look back at 2016, we are so appreciative of our employees and all the people who hired and supported Artisan Electric throughout the year. It's been a wild ride on the "solar coaster" here in Washington State, but having so...

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Artisan Electric 12-07-16 Statement

Artisan Electric is a socially and environmentally progressive company with a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination based on age, race, gender, or sexual orientation. We’re proud of the company we've created, the employees who work for us, and the work we do....

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Wallingford Update

We posted this update earlier on our Facebook page and wanted to make sure visitors to our website are also getting the same information ... We want to provide you with an update about the incident in Wallingford. As of this moment, Artisan Electric has suspended the...

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Residential Battery Backup Systems

30 kWh OutBack Power Radian Series Residential Battery Backup Installation As the weather gets colder and the storm season continues, customers are asking us how they can use their solar to keep the lights on. We have been seeing more interest in backup power than...

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Make Washington a Top Solar Energy State

Renewable Portfolio Standard Policies, www.dsireusa.org / March 2015 Washington a top solar energy state? you might ask skeptically. After all, half the state does not see the sun for six months, and the other half has really, really cheap power. Neither would seem to...

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How to Troubleshoot your Monitoring System

Your eGauge, Enphase or BlueFrog system is typically connected to your router via a Trendnet or Actiontec Powerline Communicator (PLC) next to the modem.  That PLC will be plugged in next to your router with a Cat5 cable going from the PLC into the router. It looks...

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How Solar Panels Work

This is an exciting time for solar power. According to industry reports, solar power made up about 40% of all new electric capacity installed in 2014. In addition, the nation’s solar capacity by the end of 2016 is projected to be double what it was at the beginning of...

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