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California Commits To Going Solar

June 6, 2018
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It’s official! On May 9, 2018, the California Energy Commission (CEC) voted unanimously to incorporate advanced efficiency measures and rooftop solar in virtually all new homes built in California after January 1, 2020. These measures update current commitments to solar that are expected to save Californians an additional $1.7 billion in energy costs over the […]

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New Jersey Ranks #5 in the Nation for Total Generation from Solar Panels

May 29, 2018
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It has never been a better time for more New Jersey homeowners to explore going solar. Phil Murphy, New Jersey’s new governor, is a clean energy advocate. He is considering a bill, recently passed by the NJ legislature, expanding solar requirements in the State. That’s the good news. The potential downside for homeowners is the […]

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Going Solar in Connecticut

May 22, 2018
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Whether you live near the coast or the Housatonic State Forest, in New London, Middletown or Norwalk, 2018 is a good year to go solar in Connecticut. The Governor and General Assembly are committed to renewable energy. They are offering incentives that make it easier than ever before to help Connecticut homeowners get in on […]

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Forecast for Going Solar in Florida

May 15, 2018
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Florida ranks third, just below California and Texas, in terms of rooftop solar potential but drops to 12 when it comes to incentives for going solar. Why? Because the utility companies are fighting solar implementation tooth and nail. The Florida legislature seems conflicted on taking a specific stand. That said, there is a novel initiative […]

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Details on Trump’s 30% Solar Panel Tariff

March 27, 2018
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Details on Trump’s 30% Solar Panel Tariff In January 2018, the Trump Administration announced plans to levy a 30% tariff on solar panels and cells imported into the US. This raised questions about finding solar panels made in the US as well as how the prices compare with imported system parts currently being assembled and […]

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What is Solar Net Metering?

February 20, 2018
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What is solar net metering? We’ve all seen the electricity meter on the outside of the house. This is used to monitor your energy usage. The meter surely ticks and ticks in one direction effectively running up your tab with your local power company. When you produce a surplus of energy on your roof with […]

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China’s Panda Shaped Solar Plant

February 19, 2018
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Utility-scale solar power plants are not known for their visual appeal, but a company in China wants to change that. By building their panda bear shaped solar power grid, Panda Green Energy is hoping to change the public image of solar power plants, literally. As of the writing of this article, the snuggly, and lovable […]

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Arkansas Solar on the Rise

February 14, 2018
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When you think of solar power in the U.S., you tend to think of states with a lot of sun, or states that lean progressively on renewable energy policies. Sometimes those happen to be the same states. California, for example, has been investing a great deal in solar power, and states like Vermont have touted […]

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