Home solar is in the midst of an unprecedented boom, and there’s been a concurrent explosion in articles on the internet about how much it costs to go solar. It’s no surprise: solar is a major, long-term investment in your home, and you’d be foolish not to do your homework before taking the plunge. However, […]
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 […]
Though Massachusetts ranks in the upper echelon in solar installation rankings, the New England area apparently doesn’t fare as well when it comes to reducing carbon emissions.
The 2015 solar energy rankings are out – where does your state fall when it comes to installing solar panels?
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.
As the energy industry moves away from exclusively combustive generation, where does solar fit in, especially when it comes to improving the health of its customers?
Solar energy benefits people everywhere, but a new report shows that while rooftop solar may be proliferating across the country, states in the Northeast might have just stolen the spotlight.
A recent study examined the nation’s solar energy profile to draw parallels between state policies and their effect on adoption rates. What can this report tell everyone about how to encourage solar?
As the summer sunlight surplus slips away, solar energy advocates must take extra precautions to ensure they’re using their solar panels as efficiently as possible.
This last week, President Obama took to the podium and outlined new programs to further solar proliferation, especially for homeowners.