According to the San Francisco Business Times, numerous cities in California ranked in the top seven of solar power system installations per 1,000 people in major U.S. metropolitan areas. These cities include San Diego, San Jose, Riverside, San Francisco and Los Angeles. In 2014, more than 230,000... Read More

Scientists at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered a new way to manage efficient solar energy conversion using the infrared region of the light wave spectrum. By combining inorganic semiconductor nanocrystals with organic molecules to enhance the overall conversion of solar photo... Read More

According to CleanTechnica 98 percent of new electricity generation was produced by renewables during June. Of that new capacity, 44 percent was derived from wind power, 41.5 percent from solar and 13 percent from biomass. Only 2 percent came from natural gas sources.  Between January and June, th... Read More

According to Time, Hillary Clinton has pledged to install 500 million solar panels if elected president. This nationwide installation surge would be created by the end of her first term in office.  In addition, Clinton also called for an increase in other renewable energy sources. Her main goal is... Read More

According to the San Francisco Business Times, nearly 2,000 jobs were recently added to the clean energy and transportation sector of California during the first quarter of 2015. The top five states creating the most jobs in this field include Georgia, California, Texas, New Mexico and Michigan. The... Read More

According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), as the solar energy market matures, more project financing and public market investments are becoming commonplace. Compared with other clean technology categories such as wind and biofuel, solar technology received the most public and private investm... Read More

According to Bloomberg Business, the California Independent System Operator Corporation recently approved rules allowing companies to buy electricity from numerous homes and commercial power systems in order to bundle it for the wholesale market. This change will enable utilities to consolidate the... Read More

Solar power may seem like a daunting concept to understand, but it doesn't have to be. If you're considering buying or leasing residential solar panels, understanding how they work may ease the transition or better justify the cost. Inside the panels are solar cells, also known as photovoltaic cel... Read More

More and more homeowners these days are beginning to consider installing solar panels on their home. There are many known benefits of solar power, including lower costs on utility bills and a reduced impact on the environment. But there's more than one way to afford solar panels for your home. Whe... Read More

Since 2012, the U.S. solar market has grown 76 percent, and shows no signs of slowing down. If you haven't considered the use of solar power in your home before, now is a great time to start. But in case you're not yet convinced, consider the following four benefits that solar power has to offer y... Read More

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