Here are a couple facts you probably didn’t know about solar power.
The second phase of Massachusetts' SREC program will increase the state's solar energy capacity to 1,600 megawatts, more than six times the initial allotment from 2010
Before solar uncorks the champagne for its potentially successful partnership with the energy storage industry, storage will need to overcome some obstacles.
Vermont wants its energy companies to step it up in the battle against carbon emissions and high service rates.
An alliance between solar energy and natural gas could mean significant savings for homeowners looking to invest in their joint services, as well as a commitment to realistic energy portfolios.
A study published by Solar Energy Industries Association and GTM Research found that 2014 was an explosive year for solar energy and technology adoption in the U.S.
Solar Home Renewable Energy Credits in Connecticut could provide homeowners with an attractive alternative to their traditional energy plan while also spurring the solar market.
The Garden State's electrical future could be getting greener by the day.
The Cabinet Committee on Climate and Resilience recently released research on Delaware’s current environmental profile, including how to counteract hazards like carbon emissions and rising sea levels.
Changes to Massachusetts’ Solar Renewable Energy Credits have the potential to outpace the incredible accomplishments of the program’s earliest iteration.