This last week, President Obama took to the podium and outlined new programs to further solar proliferation, especially for homeowners.
Google recently released Project Sunroof, a free Web-based tool that can provide homeowners with a solid, baseline understanding of how solar-ready their house actually is.
In the next few years, will solar energy be led by third-party ownership? Or will direct ownership seize the day?
What trends from this and other reports keep resurfacing when we discuss solar energy’s precipitous price drop?
New York homeowners are opening their front doors to show off their solar energy systems and so much more.
A new solar incentives bill in New Jersey could ease demand for local ratepayers.
This week Governor Charlie Baker introduced a bill increasing state's solar net metering allowance by 50 percent for public entities and 40 percent for private ones.
Let’s take a look at a few financing trends that have sprung up in recent years as the groundswell for solar becomes a full-fledged revolution.
The Massachusetts Senate passed an amendment to a bill that will increase the cap on net metered solar throughout the commonwealth.
Warwick, New York, will devote ten acres of land on the Sanfordville Elementary School campus to a new large-scale solar installation.