From separating your recyclables to installing solar power for your home, making efforts to go green can have a positive impact on the environment, but some common green habits may not be as eco-friendly as you think.
A new clean energy initiative, coupled with bipartisan political support for solar energy, is giving the energy source more room to expand in New Jersey.
Beyond the environmental benefits of solar power and other renewable energy sources, the implications for cost savings help drive growth, especially in Rhode Island.
Incentives, rebates and other opportunities exist to help consumers save money when they make the switch from non-renewable energy to solar power and other renewable energy sources.
Solar power continues to work its way up the clean energy ladder, giving other alternatives like wind and water energy a real run for their money.
Clean energy has grown exponentially more popular over the past decade, but the adoption rates vary by state.
Solar power could be the key to unlocking the renewable energy goals set forth by the Obama administration earlier this year.
Renewable energy is growing rapidly and becoming more a more formidable competitor for nonrenewable sources, and solar’s role is expanding.
Residents of Sprague, Connecticut, will soon have quite a few new neighbors in the form of solar panels.
It’s no secret that action is needed to protect our planet from further damage, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has taken up the cause by laying out plans to start reducing emissions in his state.