Former Vice President Al Gore has long been an advocate for more aggressive policies to curb carbon emissions, and he believes that solar is the key to doing so.
New York’s solar industry is thriving, due in part to legislative actions aimed at helping residents see strong returns on their investment.
A number of new reports are working to highlight the effectiveness of renewables and how it can help address the world’s energy needs.
More and more residents are finding that its cheaper to produce their own electricity instead of purchasing it from the utility, and solar is giving them the power to do so.
Solar power continues to be a go-to source of electricity in the U.S., which is driving up the country’s capacity for the renewable energy supply.
Solar is fast shedding its “tree hugger” stigma and becoming a go-to power source for numerous Americans.
The Massachusetts solar industry could seem some stabilization in the coming months as a number of parties have come together to make the electricity climate more accommodating for residential solar customers and power providers.
With concerns about global climate change growing, a number of states have taken it upon themselves to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions, and in Connecticut, solar is helping the state do just that.
States that have renewables requirements for their utilities have been able to make statewide electricity more accessible and affordable, according to a new report from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
New statistics indicate that the rate at which solar is installed in the United States is becoming faster and faster, which is good news for residents across the country.