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Last year, California added nearly 7,500 new solar energy jobs, with another 10,000 expected for 2015, according to The Solar Foundation's California Solar Jobs Census. The 16 percent growth in the solar market last year brought California's total number of solar jobs to 54,690, 31 percent of all so... Read More


Though it was the last state to join the Union, Hawaii is making a push to be the first state to use 100 percent renewable energy.  Earlier this summer, Gov. David Ige signed a bill into law that set Hawaii's renewable energy goal at 100 percent by 2045. On August 24 he chose not to replace the st... Read More


Residential solar panels can boost the value of your home by an average of $15,000, according to research commissioned by the Department of Energy. The study, conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, found that potential home buyers were willing to pay about four dollars... Read More


Southern California could soon be home to one of the largest solar power plants in the world, thanks to a plan the federal government approved on August 24. Dubbed the Blythe Mesa Solar Project, it would bring 485-megawatts of carbon-free energy from photovoltaic solar cells, enough to power 180,000... Read More


Recently the White House announced that there will be wide array of executive actions that will boost renewable energy and energy efficient programs and even encourage investments in these ventures. The Hill reports that more than $1 billion will be awarded in new loan guarantees.  A couple certai... Read More


If California was its own country it would now rank sixth in the world in solar generation, according to the latest U.S. Solar Market Insight Report. The report, commissioned by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), lists California's solar capacity as higher than countries such as France,... Read More


West Texas's oil fields will soon become home to about $1 billion worth of solar-energy farms, according to The Wall Street Journal. Pecos County, covering the southern edge of the Permian Basin oil field about halfway between San Antonio and El Paso, is the perfect location for solar farms. It's... Read More


Recent California Department of Education data shows that over 4,000 students did not finish their high school degree in San Bernardino County. Business Wire reports that the county came in behind many other regions of the state in regards to graduation rates. Taking it upon itself to inspire youn... Read More


California is on track to lower greenhouse gas emissions by becoming more reliant on renewable energy sources. Thankfully, the state legislature is taking steps to directly address the country's dependence on fossil fuels, while working to bring cleaner energy solutions to Californians as a whole. T... Read More


Since the 1970s, energy efficiency in California has saved Californians $90 billion on their utility bills, created hundreds of thousands of efficiency jobs and will have avoided the pollution from at least 30 power plants, according to a new report. The report, published by the Natural Resources... Read More