We may be on the verge of a “climate swerve.” With the price of solar plummeting and more consumers becoming aware of climate change, solar is uniquely poised as a pain-free way to take action.
As SolarCity experiences ups and downs, solar and financial analysts ponder its fate. While no one is making definitive predictions for the company, some have concerns about its future.
Florida Power & Light seeks to reduce electricity rates, now about 25% lower than U.S. average. At the same time, its proposal for a voluntary solar program with extra charge draws criticism.
Stellar Solar wins the prestigious UT San Diego Readers Poll. This is the third time the company has won the award, with previous wins in 2011 and 2013 -- attesting to its excellent service record.
Minnesota Power and the Minnesota National Guard plan to build the state's largest solar installation on military property, a 10 MW array at the largest military base in Minnesota.
A Lux Research report on the solar market over the next five years finds that despite trade disputes with China, the long-term growth of solar looks strong throughout the world.
At a sold-out rooftop party, solar startup incubator SfunCube announces a new corporate sponsorship from GE Energy Ventures -- just one way SfunCube is supporting solar entrepreneurs.
RGS Energy and Mosaic announce that they have partnered to launch the Mosaic Home Solar Loan.
Companies need to avoid making assumptions about the U.S. solar market, as it consists of a tapestry of solar policies, incentives, climate regions, micro-markets, and diverse consumers.
Texas enjoys abundant sun but not as abundant solar power. That’s starting to change. Travis Moller of Meridian Solar gives us his insights on the Texas commercial solar market.
The solar industry, where policy trumps sunshine as a resource, is hugely influenced by politics. There are five factors affecting solar politics and what we can do to influence their course.
A Public Utilities Commission decision in Minnesota may allow community solar projects to move forward, but it does not include the now well-known “value of solar” formula for those projects.
We can reverse decades of environmental injustice by putting energy dollars back into disadvantaged communities and zero-emission electricity generation.
While the solar industry focuses on attacks on net metering, another threat lurks in the form of increased insurance scrutiny on solar.