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It Turns Out That You Can’t Divide Americans Over Renewable Energy

It Turns Out That You Can’t Divide Americans Over Renewable Energy

In our second annual survey on American homeowners’ attitudes toward clean energy, one thing is resoundingly clear. In a nation divided on climate change, immigration policy, and so many other issues, Americans are overwhelmingly united in their support of renewable energy.
Silfab Solar doubles U.S. manufacturing capacity with new facility

Silfab Solar doubles U.S. manufacturing capacity with new facility

The company's highly-automated Burlington facility, located just 24 miles north of its Bellingham PV module assembly plant, is focusing on the Silfab Prime 370wt series module.
Solar Mortgages Benefit Banks, Consumers

Solar Mortgages Benefit Banks, Consumers

According to a new report, Clean Energy Financing, mortgage lenders can make 10 percent more profit per mortgage while making solar homes affordable for 46 percent of Americans by promoting Energy Improvements Mortgages.
New Consumer Protections: Another Step Forward for PACE

New Consumer Protections: Another Step Forward for PACE

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing is a simple but powerful concept. PACE empowers property owners to finance upgrades to their homes and businesses by gradually repaying those costs as a line item on their property tax bill. 
1BOG Closes US $5M Series A Funding From NEA

1BOG Closes US $5M Series A Funding From NEA

One Block Off the Grid (1BOG) this week announced that the company has closed a US $5 million round of Series A financing from New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The financing will support 1BOG's national expansion strategy to rapidly boost US adoption of residential solar.
Are solar panels for your home worth buying given your location, power use and electric rates?

Are solar panels for your home worth buying given your location, power use and electric rates?

With the 30% federal tax credit reducing at the end of 2019 millions of American homeowners are asking themselves whether they should install solar panels for their homes in 2019. The answer to this question depends on where you live, how much roof space you have, whether it is shaded,  how you use power and what your local utility charges you for electricity. Read More...  
Top 6 Things You Didn’t Know About Solar Energy

Top 6 Things You Didn’t Know About Solar Energy

The solar industry is changing rapidly as it experiences unprecedented growth. Here are 6 facts that may surprise you about this increasingly popular source of power.
California’s PACE Financing Is Key to Tackling Housing Affordability and Climate Risk

California’s PACE Financing Is Key to Tackling Housing Affordability and Climate Risk

Recently, the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) delivered a wake-up call when it announced that global greenhouse-gas emissions reached a record high of 32.5 billion metric tons in 2017. The silver lining in the IEA’s announcement was that emissions from the United States actually dropped in 2017 – in part thanks to the deployment of more renewable energy like rooftop solar systems.  
Sen. Sanders Introduces 10 Million Solar Home Initiative

Sen. Sanders Introduces 10 Million Solar Home Initiative

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), chairman of the Senate's green jobs subcommittee introduced legislation with nine cosponsors to encourage the installation of 10 million solar systems on the rooftops of homes and businesses over the next decade.
Solar panels don’t have to be ugly

Solar panels don’t have to be ugly

Most people today know home solar can help you save on energy costs while reducing your carbon footprint. Plus, when you combine solar panels with a battery you don’t have to suffer through a power outage whether it’s caused by a storm, overwhelmed power grid or cyberattack. However, there are still homeowners with unshaded roofs or plenty of unshaded land […]