Wells Fargo and GRID Alternatives partnered last year to install solar power in the homes of Hurricane Sandy survivors.
This new solar panel invention is not the usual solar powered product. These panels are intended for roads, driveways, parking lots, and eventually highways.
A new report by the Energy Information Association confirms that solar power will be among the leading energy sources in the U.S. The EIA mapped out the nation’s new energy generation through 2040 and found solar to be the second most prominent source of energy behind natural gas.
America’s political leaders have acknowledged that despite our success with renewable energy, we still have a ways to go through a new $4 billion loan.
The solar revolution is on the rise and cities throughout the Northeast are taking drastic steps to join it.
New solar-powered benches are a glimpse into Massachusetts’ future as a leader in renewable energy utilization, confirming that solar power is there to stay.
Here are some surprising facts about solar that are important to a thorough understanding of solar energy and its future impact on America.
Olympians have already started zealously training for the 2018 Winter Olympics. With solar on the rise and gold medals in their sights, their new solar powered training center may be the key to their success.
As the nation’s first off-shore wind project, Cape Wind has faced fierce opposition from many Cape Cod residents and U.S. citizens. However, the project may now be one step closer to kicking off.
IKEA’s commitment to solar expands to Maryland.