Several forces will merge together in 2016 to create a whirlwind of success over the first half of the new year for the solar energy industry
Homeowners that want to make the switch to solar must first see if their rooftop can support the photovoltaic panels.
During the last moments of 2015, the 21st Conference of Parties took place in Paris and drew in more than 200 nations to discuss the increasing concerns about climate change.
Solar energy continues to be a priority for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration in New York City, and the announcement of professional certifications being introduced into the planning stage only serves to speed up the process.
Solar energy is steadily becoming a more formidable source of clean energy all over the world, and new projections indicate the trend will only continue into the new year.
Solar energy is getting a lot of attention in Maryland right now, as state officials make efforts to expand the clean energy source's reach to its residents.
Bill Gates, the richest man in the world, is putting his wealth to good use.
Solar energy has a lot to offer, but the myths surroundings its installation, costs and benefits may plant a seed of doubt that dissuades people from considering it to be a viable energy source.
When the recently proposed bill to increase the net metering cap reached the table in Massachusetts, state officials did not reach a decision before the winter recess.
With all the other expenses of the season – gifts, parties, dinners, travel – finding ways to cut costs where you can will be paramount come January when the bills start to roll in.