Verizon, a major telecommunications corporation in the U.S., has recently announced that it will be adding another $40 million to its green energy program launched last year.
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs recently announced the news that Massachusetts has reached another significant renewable energy milestone, for the state has exceeded 15,000 solar installations.
The New York Geothermal Energy Organization is a new non-profit corporation comprised of 67 founding members and stakeholders of geothermal heat pumps.
The state recently announced that it’s merging these individual initiatives into one single, $1 billion statewide NY-Sun Incentive Program.
The Department of Energy recently announced that it’s putting $31 million toward the initial phases of the Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy, or FORGE.
Solarize Frederick County was started in Maryland last year and is aimed at encouraging residents to switch to solar electric and solar hot water systems through volume purchasing, or leasing and incentive grants.
The number of consumers in the U.S. using solar power has soared over the past couple of years.
The US Department of Energy has expanded its geothermal energy portfolio, recently adding $18 million worth of new projects.
Massachusetts has recently increased net metering for public and private solar projects throughout the state.
The use of geothermal energy, like the installation of solar panels, is picking up steam as an alternative energy source.