The spread of solar power has brought benefits across the country, and there's a new way to find the impact in each state.
A community solar garden allows residents to support renewable energy and save on their utility costs.
California has become the first state in the nation to top 10,000 megawatts (MW) of installed solar capacity, according to the latest U.S. Solar Market Insight Report.
Eco Village, the largest passive house development in the U.S. is adding 40 units that will meet the Passive House standard.
A new peer-to-peer network allows everyone to participate in solar energy (on someone else's roof) and cut their electricity costs.
Electric vehicle drivers can take advantage of a bundled solar power system and smart grid electric charging station.
Sunrun, a dedicated residential solar company in the U.S. began offering affordable solar service to homeowners in New Hampshire.
The race to bring residential storage for solar energy heats up as one storage system makers has installed its first system in a home.
From the end of 2004 through the end of 2014, the deployment of solar energy in the United States grew at an unprecedented rate.
A community of 20 zero net energy houses will be built as part of an energy use evaluation project in California.
Annual installed capacity of BIPV is projected to exceed 11 GW by 2020, driven by the increasing focus on renewable energy sources and the green building movement in the construction sector.
As homebuilders respond to demand for solar power system, Tesla's Powerwall system helps solve the renewable energy storage crisis.
To bring its home battery storage system to the market, Tesla Motors has partnered with companies on integration and marketing for consumers.
To boost home solar power performance, SolarCity and Nest Labs have offered a free Nest Thermostat to 10,000 customers in California.
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