A new industry report indicated that solar deployment will grow rapidly over the coming years as the cost of solar continues to fall people grow concerned about the state of the environment.
Climate change is truly a global issue and the solar industry is working to reduce not just energy bills, but greenhouse gas emissions as well.
The Massachusetts solar industry could receive a major legislative boost if a new bill makes it through the State Senate.
Massachusetts solar energy customers could see even strong returns on investment in the near future as the state rolls out its new Solar Renewable Energy Credit program.
The past year was one of the strongest for the U.S. solar industry, and a number of states helped make this possible.
This winter seemed like the coldest in years, and while the weather may have made customers throughout the Northeast uncomfortable, their energy bills may have been arguably more so.
Recent bouts of extreme weather are making New Jersey’s electrical infrastructure more costly to maintain and utilities are passing these expenses onto their consumers.
State solar policies are the biggest drivers of the expanding industry, which is why the National Renewable Energy Laboratory recently published a report that lays out plans to help each state expand its ability to harness the sun for electricity generation.