Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announced the allocation of more money for the NY-Sun program to help increase commercial and residential solar in the Empire State.
A new report shows that the solar industry is set to expand over the coming year as a strong 2013 wraps up.
More customers are gaining access to solar energy through lease agreements that can provide them with low-cost power for years.
Numerous parts of the country are seeing more residential solar installations, including the states that make up the New York City metropolitan area.
Lucrative state incentives and ambitious renewable energy goals are making Massachusetts a strong state for residential solar installations.
As state residents continue to realize the financial and environmental advantages of solar power, the renewable energy source grows more popular in Massachusetts.
The falling price of solar could soon be competitive with conventional fossil fuels, which is good news for both residential customers and the world at large.
The past year has been quite strong for the solar industry in the United States and the numbers are certainly there to back it up.
A new study shows that solar panels can add thousands of dollars to the value of a home.
While solar power and the National Football Association may seem like an unlikely duo, the two are teaming up to help promote the renewable energy source during one of the largest events of the year.