At least one gigawatt of rooftop solar power capacity has been installed in California to date. This is according to a report released by the Environment California Research and Policy Center.
The federal government gave the solar power industry support because the sector promised to provide three things to the United States. These are jobs which the country needed immediately, development of an American solar industry that can compete on the global market in the near future, and reducing pollution in the atmosphere for the long […]
One of New Jersey’s leading turnkey solar developers believes EPOX-Z NRG™ is the best cool roof coating for solar companies. NORWELL, MA – After working with Boston coatings manufacturer EPOX-Z Corporation to prepare a major university’s rooftops for solar panel installation, one of New Jersey’s largest and most respected solar companies believes EPOX-Z NRG™ […]
A scientist from the Washington University in St. Louis wrote an article that was published in the May 13 issue of Science that compared the efficiency of photosynthesis and solar cells.
According to a study conducted by the Queen’s University, it found out that nuclear power is not feasible and we should focus on solar energy instead. This is seen in the current situation at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant. There has been a threat of a meltdown about the country was hit by an strong earthquake […]
Power utility companies may opt to own or operate wind generation but they are needed to deliver the end product to the consumers. The American Wind Energy Association wants to understand the needs of wind power utilities so that the AWEA will know how to help them. Profiling the wind power utilities is not an […]
Solar power is clean, economical and the solution to the long standing problem of environmental pollution. Although the initial cost associated with installation is expensive, the return on investment over time make solar energy the right choice as a main source for electrical power.
It’s true: it is hard to live off the grid, no matter how tempting and eco-friendly it is. Enter carbon offsets – voluntary payments of a particular sum per tonne of carbon you emit. It’s like donating to a charity for Mother Nature.
Churches, mosques and synagogues in England could stand to add up to $29 million GBP (or $50 million USD) to their coffers by simply switching to solar panels.
Longtime enemies coal and solar power have finally called a truce: the Xcel Energy power plant near Grand Junction, Colorado, has just implemented the first-of-its-kind solar-coal hybrid approach.