An environmental advocacy group recently took on the ambitious task of envisioning a 100 percent renewable energy future for the country – and it is one that certainly benefits electricity customers.
Earth Day is upon us, and as a result, let’s take time to recognize the role that solar energy can plan in helping fight against harmful air pollution in the U.S. and around the world.
Residential solar is fast emerging as a popular choice for many residents’ energy needs, and now is a good a time as ever to make the switch to renewable power.
Many American citizens call the country’s largest cities home, which is why residential solar could go a long way in these urban communities.
As solar energy becomes more affordable, more and more people are able to access the renewable energy source, spelling good news for the future of the country’s energy industry.
Though Delaware may be a small state in terms of size and population, it is making a huge impact on the U.S. solar industry.
A growing body of evidence suggests that the solar energy boom of late will not be a flash in the pan but an increasingly important component of the world’s electricity future.
There are a number of factors driving the growth of solar energy in the U.S., and recent findings indicate that women are among the major decision-makers doing so.
Residential solar is becoming increasingly popular throughout the U.S., and now that the winter cold has subsided, the spring is as good a time as ever to go green.
New Jersey is one of the top solar states in the U.S. because of strong policies that are making the renewable energy source accessible to more people.