The ECOreport looks at America’s most successful privately owned roofing and solar company: PetersenDean illustrates residential solar’s explosive growth.


The days when close to 70% of California’s residential solar installations were leased may be over. Roy L Hales looks at why most residential solar customers prefer to buy their panels.


After two years of operation, any concerns that the public held appear to be a thing of the past. County Supervisors Dianne Jacob (at podium) and Dave Roberts (grey suit) recently held a press conference to describe how PACE programs heat up San Diego’s economy.


It's that time of year again. Tax day has come and gone, signaling the "official" start of the solar selling season. Pam Cargill explains why this is the time of year when your strategic planning pays off.


Will the U.S. replace oil and fossil fuels with clean solar and wind-powered technologies? It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.


Roy Hales of the ECOReport looks at the renewable meter adaptor being used by SDG&E. While the adaptor isn't applicable in every situation, it can save customers from a costly service panel upgrade.


Roy Hales of the ECOreport looks into how the San Diego Solar Community responds to SDG&E’s appeal of California's decision to not change the net metering rate


The 88 kW system at Schernecker Property Services was designed and built by Nexamp and financed by Nextility, who will own and operate the project.


Green Mountain Power in Vermont can provide a roadmap for utilities to accommodate distributed generation.


The Chair of San Diego County's Board of Supervisors told the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that she supports net metering, and provided concrete examples of its benefits.