Apple seems to always be at the edge of innovation. Its most recent decision, though, is perhaps the most intriguing.
Trinity Solar recently returned to Inc. magazine’s list of fastest-growing private companies in America.
The recent Solar City acquisition by Tesla has sent the market into a tailspin as investors try to make sense of the future of the company. Here at Trinity Solar, it's business as usual.
Apple may be best known for its iPhone, iPad and iMac, but now it wants to break into the energy market.
Dubai is a city familiar with making headlines for its extraordinarily large construction projects, like the Burj Khalifa. Soon, it will own the world's largest solar energy plant as well.
Microgrids are quickly finding a place in America's solar energy equation.
The saying goes that when you buy consumer goods in bulk quantities, you get a more affordable price. New research shows solar energy follows the same wisdom.
New York took a big step in the right direction late in May by introducing a bill that will effectively erase greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
It’s the stuff of science fiction – entire towns and islands flooded by rising sea levels, and residents displaced due to climate change.
Chile has so much solar energy, it doesn't know what to do with it.