One of New York’s largest utilities will save $84 million by paying developers to put solar panels on the roofs of buildings. And it's not alone.
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WASHINGTON, DC – SEIA President and CEO Rhone Resch issued the following statement today after California lawmakers gave final approval to sweeping energy legislation:
WASHINGTON, D.C. AND BOSTON, MA — GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) today release U.S. Solar Market Insight: 2nd Quarter 2013, the definitive analysis of solar power markets in the U.S., with strategic state-specific data for 28 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
It is one of the most iconic ports in the world, the dramatic backdrop to everything from ancient Roman sailing ships to World War Two military vessels and gas-guzzling speedboats.
As part of a worldwide effort, Walmart has begun to install solar on its buildings in Arizona to reduce energy consumption and improve its commitment to environmental sustainability.
Solar is popular in Arizona, and a new survey shows that opinion isn’t waning.
Global solar-power capacity rose to at least 101 gigawatts last year as growth in China, the U.S. and Japan outstripped some markets in Europe.
Germany has had great success in the solar industry area, and there’s a lot that we can learn from the country.
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.