Earlier this week, Commissioner Michael Peevey of the CPUC announced a 20 year grandfathering period for current solar customers who are enrolled in net energy metering programs. This important decision in California is expected to affect similar debates in other states.
California lead the nation in solar energy installation in 2013. Our state can remain a solar leader in 2014 by focusing on incentives and reducing soft costs.
This past Sunday, Bill Nye went on the NBC News show “Meet the Press” to discuss climate change with Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, a representative from Tennessee.
Solar energy comes in three different forms, all of which amount to serious savings for homeowners and businesses alike. If you’re unclear why so many Southern Californians have made the switch to solar, check out our new solar infographic featuring the swashbuckling Three Solar-keteers!
Electric vehicles and solar energy are an easy marriage: both save you money on energy costs while also reducing your reliance on dirty energy. We explore recent news on the combination of these two technologies.
SMA’s new Sunny Boy TL-US inverter is not just an efficient transformer-less inverter, it also allows for a small amount of secure power supply when the electric grid goes down.
Recently, 60 Minutes aired a segment saying that clean technology and renewable energy were “dead.” Many news sources prove otherwise.