Homeowners that are considering adding a geothermal heat pump to their home need to keep a few things in mind before installing their systems.
Protesters in Manhattan marched to bring about change in American environmental policy, but homeowners and businesses who have gone solar have had the loudest voices in the discussion.
The states that are leading the country in solar installations have some key similarities that have allowed them to get ahead of the rest when it comes to moving to cleaner renewable energy.
Nonprofits are bringing solar power to low-income families to bring stability to their energy bills.
An incentive known as an SREC makes solar power even more affordable for homeowners.
Homeowners can take advantage of a variety of financing options to make solar power accessible to them.
Net metering brings great cost savings and environmental benefits to homeowners.
Maryland has shown an increase in commitment to encouraging solar over recent months, moving up the ranks to a spot among its solar efficient neighbors.
New Jersey is one of the country’s leading states in the solar power industry.
For several years, the Geothermal Exchange Organization and multiple geothermal manufacturers have been working to include geothermal heat pumps in the federal definition of clean energy.