Solar-Oversight helps low-income communities harness solar energy and subsidies, so they can participate in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels plus save on their electric bills.
A growing number of American consumers want to save energy and money. But where do you start? Is it affordable? Will it take a lot of work? Domino's Energy Concierge service cuts through the confusion.
Startup hopes to create a transparent window into solar loans. Company expects solar customers to care where their money is coming from, and who it benefits.
With community solar taking off throughout the country, Austin, Texas is getting in on the action. A new partnership will bring community solar to a revitalization project.
Utah's biggest solar plant to date begins operations. Plant expected to provide power to 500 homes. State continues solar growth.
It's all over, including the shouting. TASC and NV Energy have reached a compromise. The amendment to SB 374 has been agreed upon and...
It’s official. California’s plan to reach 50 percent renewables by 2030 is achievable. Not only that -- it’s profitable. Analysts at Strategen Consulting found that...
RGS Energy and Mosaic announce that they have partnered to launch the Mosaic Home Solar Loan.
John Farrell of ILSR looks at how utilities are dealing with their customers, particularly ones with home solar. Utilities still have monopoly power, but this is changing as distributed generation expands.
A female role model in a largely male dominated industry
The 176-kilowatt (kW) solar system at Tiao Peng Trading, Inc. in Hayward, CA will eliminate the company’s steep electric bills and yield approximately $2 million in savings over the life of the system.
Sungevity and its partners have created a 20-year loan plan which allows homeowners to take advantage of both the 35% state income tax credit and the 30% federal renewable tax credit for solar customers.
Pecan Street has launched a free service to help solar panel owners discover maintenance issues with their systems nearly as soon as they occur.
Climate activists and the solar industry are natural allies, and a partnership between them could power the renewable energy revolution.