In 2013, the booth babes at Intersolar North America included the now infamous caged dancers at the Recom booth. They certainly drew a crowd. Booth babes at...


Another year, another Intersolar. Part 1 of our coverage looks at the opening ceremony and issues of net metering, community solar, and -- yes -- booth babes. Despite them, the conference didn't disappoint.


Utilities, equipment manufacturers, and others are working to develop energy storage using equipment already located in households to make the grid cleaner and cheaper. This was the focus of the summit Robin Roy attended, and can help accelerate the growth of solar.

solar ready vets


Veterans currently make up over 8% of the solar workforce! Solar Ready Vets is helping to boost this even further by providing free solar training to transitioning service members.


Time to Choose is an important film that highlights solutions and shows the path forward in response to the pressing issue of climate change.


With the growth and development of the solar industry comes a new type of career that will prove increasingly important in the years to come: Solar software developers. A glimpse of these solar jobs of the future could be seen at the Powerhouse SunCode Solar Hackathon, held in Oakland from May 13–14.


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.

San Diego


Cities have been a key driver in the continued growth of solar over the years. Find out which cities are doing the best on making the switch to clean solar energy.


A new report from NREL finds that we can get much more of our electricity needs from rooftop solar than was previously thought. That's not even taking into account ground-mounted and utility-scale solar.


BrightCurrent is making significant gains in the solar marketing industry. It's dominating the field through an emphasis on education. For them, it's about what consumers know, not what they have.