NV Energy Proposes Net Metering in New Application

NV Energy has filed a joint application on behalf of its subsidiaries outlining how it plans to implement Nevada's new net metering tariffs signed into law earlier this year.

Tesla Completes its First Solar Roof Installations

Tesla has completed its first Solar Roof installations. At the moment they are being installed on Tesla employee homes to test and monitor the systems.

New Homes in South Miami Now Require Solar

South Miami has become the first city in Florida to require new homes to include solar. The requirement extends to renovations that significantly alter or expand a home as well.

States Can Keep the Rooftop Solar Market Growing

A national carbon tax could be a great help to the industry, but with the current political climate this is impossible. Instead, states need to continue taking the lead through strong net metering policies.

Six Recommendations for Bringing Solar to Low-Income Households

We are rapidly building a distributed energy system in our cities, but not all communities are sharing in its benefits. New policies and programs could spread the benefits of solar more equitably.

Oregon Rooftop Solar Squeeze: Tax Credit Expiring, Rebates Shrinking

Oregon fails to renew its residential solar tax credit. It's set to expire at the end of the year. It may increase solar in the near-term, but will likely hurt it come next year.

City of Santa Barbara Joins CaliforniaFIRST PACE Program

Santa Barbara joins the CaliforniaFIRST PACE program. The program will help homeowners throughout the city switch to solar by lower the upfront costs of the system.

AEP Ohio taps Powerley for Residential Program

AEP Ohio has selected Michigan-based Powerley's home energy management solution for its 1.5 million customers, allowing control over multiple devices through smartphone apps and other technologies.