Workers recently swarmed Francisca Guerva's two-family home, installing a state of the art array of solar panels.
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The Wall Street Journal
Bank of America Corp. (BAC) said it will contribute $50 billion over the next 10 years to address climate change, the latest company to boost its investments toward environmental goals. (must be a WSJ subscriber)
Austin Energy has dropped the cost for residential solar installations from $2.50 per watt to $2 due to changing market conditions, officials said Monday.
Last year, the U.S. solar industry enjoyed its most successful year ever. Falling prices, consumer awareness and innovative policies are creating living-wage green jobs, improving energy productivity and expanding our domestic energy portfolio at an unprecedented rate. Solar energy is working for America, and it can work better for Georgia.
How about solar picks up the costs of net metering and utilities deliver accurate data, not sob stories?
Tennessee's Solar Sector: The Latest Numbers In A Thriving Value Chain
The country's top solar industry trade association announced Tuesday it is merging with an organization that advocates for solar energy at the state level.
These technologies save homes and businesses money by offsetting the use of electricity, natural gas and home heating fuels.
Concentrating photovoltaic technology is attracting buyers, and that’s going to spark competition between CPV and CSP for optimal project sites.
MIT Technology Review
The most efficient solar cells typically have several layers of semiconductor materials, each tuned to convert different colors of light into electricity. Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab have now made a single semiconductor that performs almost the same job. More importantly, they made the material using a common manufacturing technique, suggesting it could be made relatively inexpensively.