DJH Construction is a commercial dealer for SunPower Corporation. SunPower produces the most powerful solar energy systems on the planet. Residents are tapping into this solar photovoltaic technology in order to eliminate their electric bill AND save money. SunPower’s panels have sleek style that doesn’t create an eyesore for homeowners or neighbors. Tired [...]
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As of today, August 28th 2012, DJH Construction’s photovoltaic installations have saved the environment from nearly 200,000 kg of CO2!!! 200,000 kg of CO2 would be similar to planting over 7,000 trees on the planet!
As of today, August 27th, DJH Construction’s Solar PV projects have a combined total of over 305 mega-watt hours. Just one megawatt is equal to one million watts or 106 watts, therefore DJH projects have produced over 305,000,000 watts of electricity. A standard wind turbine most likely has a power capacity between 1 to [...]
On May 19th, 2012 DJH Construction made a substantial donation to a non-profit solar installation organization, GRID Alternatives. Each division of GRID Alternatives has an annual “Solarthon,” which is a massive solar installation/block party/fundraiser. The Inland Empire division for GRID Alternatives was hosting its first “Solarthon” and was seeking support from businesses in Southern California. DJH [...]
In July of 2012, DJH Construction Inc. was hired to design, install, and monitor a photovoltaic solar system for the 2 Journey Medical Plaza in Aliso Viejo, CA. The plaza was designed by LPA, a sustainable architecture firm based out of Irvine, CA. The construction process for this state of the art, 20,800 sq [...]
DJH Construction, Inc., a leading integrator of solar electric power systems announced the completion of a residential photovoltaic installation located in Fort Mojave, Arizona. This 5.06 kW system was installed on the residence of Larry Morse. The solar project was completed from beginning to end in two and a half weeks. This includes: contract signing, [...]
The Department of the Treasury has recently made available the instructions to apply for the Renewable Energy Grant. This grant is part of the Section 1603 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009. It authorizes the US Department of the Treasury to make payments in the form of a cash grant to [...]
If you have been looking into going solar but think it is too expensive, you may be able to go green sooner than you think. Anyone who has looked into going solar or wants to go solar can now benefit from the decrease in solar panel prices and the increase in federal and state incentives [...]
Habitat for Humanity solar project makes the front page of the September 1, 2009 issue of the Mojave Valley Daily News. The project was made possible by the efforts of DJH Construction, Inc., Arizona Electric Power Cooperative, and Mojave Electric Cooperative.