The Huntington Beach City School District, in cooperation with Chevron Energy Solutions, is planning to install solar panels at Seacliff, Dwyer, Hawes, and Smith Schools. The city estimates that this will save them at least $75,000. But the plan is met with objections from the locals. There’s a group of parents protesting and asking for […]
Proving that you should be careful what you wish for, the state of New Jersey was awestruck when their latest solar rebate had gotten a little more attention than they perhaps would’ve liked.
Although Texas doesn’t give incentives or tax exemptions for purchasing renewable energy equipment, it offers tax exemptions and deductions for installing renewable energy systems.
ESolar, a Pasadena-based company, lands a deal that will have it provide technology and assistance in putting up several solar farms in China.
In an effort to decrease the demand for conventional fossil fuel energy sources, Sunset Valley, Texas, offers a solar water heater rebate to residents that can be used to supplement Austin Energy’s rebate.
New Jersey residents are eligible for a $1200 incentive if they own an electric hot water heater and are willing to install a solar hot water system that can substitute or supplement the existing system.
Palo Alto Electric is offering customers grants for installing solar panels through the Photovoltaic Partners Program, encouraging homes and businesses to install photovoltaic systems.
Marblehead Municipal Light Department in Massachusetts offers solar rebates to residents who install solar power systems at their residences.
Suntech Power has signed a deal with the Canadian solar installer Pure Energies to supply 17 megawatts worth of photovoltaic panels in 2010.
Concord, Massachusetts, has various programs to promote energy efficiency, including a Solar Rebate Program available for photovoltaic systems less than 10 kW.