Solar Energy in New Jersey Considering recent trends in our home state, New Jersey homeowners who choose to go solar are afforded an alternative to rising utility costs. Further control over electricity costs means protection from unexpected price hikes, for example, is but one benefit to getting solar in the state with the highest cost […]
2016 was a truly amazing year for the solar industry, and a big reason has been the steady decline in the cost of going solar. As the largest solar installer in the northeast, Trinity sees this phenomenon playing out right in front of us every day – but it’s also great to look at the […]
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts gives homeowners who go solar much more control over your electricity costs. It can also protect you from random and unexpected electricity price hikes. Let’s face it, every year during winter, electricity rates in Massachusetts go up. Although the general trend fluctuates throughout the year, the fact remains that the annual […]
Homeowners looking to go solar have more options than ever when it comes to choosing solar panels. And, while choice is a good thing, it can also be overwhelming when you’re trying to make a decision. So, what’s the single most important factor to consider when you’re about to make this major investment in your […]
Apple may be best known for its iPhone, iPad and iMac, but now it wants to break into the energy market.
Dubai is a city familiar with making headlines for its extraordinarily large construction projects, like the Burj Khalifa. Soon, it will own the world's largest solar energy plant as well.
Microgrids are quickly finding a place in America's solar energy equation.
The saying goes that when you buy consumer goods in bulk quantities, you get a more affordable price. New research shows solar energy follows the same wisdom.
New York took a big step in the right direction late in May by introducing a bill that will effectively erase greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
It’s the stuff of science fiction – entire towns and islands flooded by rising sea levels, and residents displaced due to climate change.