Germany has had great success in the solar industry area, and there’s a lot that we can learn from the country.
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The solar energy industry in the United States is growing, but not as quickly as in some countries that have taken the lead.
Fox News claimed that the future of solar power in the U.S. is "dim" because we have less sunlight than countries like Germany, the current world leader in solar generation.
Nine northeastern and mid-Atlantic states agreed Thursday to strengthen existing limits on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants that burn fossil fuels.
GM has decided to take its considerable talents and power, and put themselves full-force into the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
As summer beckons, it seems Americans are thinking more about the stifling cost of energy than about making tracks to the beach.
As states offer more and more renewable energy tax incentives, small businesses are seeking to take advantage of the situation by getting into the renewable energy business. But, depending on the business' location, the difference between each state's incentives can be dramatic.
Since the 2004 passage of Amendment 37, Colorado has created a vibrant solar energy market spurring nearly $1 billion in clean tech investment, deploying 200 megawatts of solar, and creating thousands of quality jobs at more than 400 Colorado solar companies.
The numbers don't lie - 2011 was a banner year for solar energy in America as consumers saw the cost of installing solar drop by 20 percent in just a single year.
Brendan O'Connor, born in Ireland, says he found a pot of gold on the sunny roof of his West Boylston Street restaurant when he installed 32 solar panels there four years ago.