Solar leasing is an increasingly common way that people can install solar panels on their homes and businesses while limiting initial upfront costs.
New Jersey, Delaware and Massachusetts have been named to the “Dazzling Dozen,” according to a new report by the Environment America Center.
The shale oil boom as of late would have people believe that oil will become cheaper in the coming months, however, two major oil spills are shedding new light on the cost of burning the fossil fuel.
While solar energy is important for cutting carbon emissions throughout the country, a recent study indicates just how important it is in the northeastern part of the United States.
Carbon emissions and global climate change are inexplicably linked, however, a closer look and the dangers of burning fossil fuels shows just how much they contribute.
Solar energy could do more than reduce energy costs and carbon emissions for Delaware residents – it could improve the air they breathe.
There is a powerful correlation between states that incentivize solar energy and the amount of solar energy that is produced in these areas, indicating that a strong state solar policy can lead to big strides in advancing clean energy.
For years, solar has been written off as a nice but logistically inconvenient energy supply, but a growing body of evidence is showing that solar energy is fast becoming a viable energy source on a global scale.
Delaware is the nation’s second smallest state, but despite its size, the “First State” is managing to make a big contribution in reducing country wide carbon emissions.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that $54 million in government funds will support solar projects throughout New York, as the state continues its commitment to a low carbon future.