A new report from a solar research group indicates that the United States has planned to take on huge amounts of sun-generated electricity in the coming months, as many small installations help drive growth.
There are a variety of reasons why residents elect to go solar, which is why it is important to ask some important questions before choosing to install a rooftop system.
Two recent Senate bills could create renewable energy requirements for the entire nation if passed.
The New York “Green Bank” is offering a new program to help encourage the growth of renewables within the state, further adding to the extensive green energy spurring incentives within the state.
The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy recently released a report on the most energy efficient states in the country, many of which also have strong solar policies.
A new report indicates that global solar installations will double by 2020 as the price of solar falls and governments become more conscience of their carbon footprint.
Germany, the world’s largest solar country in terms of capacity, is showing that an entire nation can receive vast amounts of power from its solar installations.
The development of new financing options is making it easier for small businesses to afford a solar installation.
Residential solar installations are growing increasingly popular throughout the United States, but what factors will influence the market in the coming years?