Google’s new Project Sunroof tool says 80% of all rooftops in the US are good candidates for rooftop solar systems.
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Originally published on Eden Keeper by Aisha Abdelhamid Faith members considering solar power for churches, temples, mosques, and other houses of worship are discovering that installations are getting both easier and cheaper. Since 2009, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), costs for non-residential solar installations have dropped around 73%, from around $7.50 per kilowatt […]
The SEIA has created a Solar Purchase Disclosure form that allows homeowners to clearly understand and compare the terms and conditions of any rooftop solar proposal.
A couple in England has seen their electric bills drop by 86% after then installed a rooftop solar system with a Tesla Powerwall energy storage battery.
When completed, the Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada will have a 70 gigawatt-hour rooftop solar installation — 7 times larger than any existing rooftop solar system in the world.
HECO, Hawaii’s utility company, now expects to achieve its goal of 100% renewable energy by 2045. That’s 5 years sooner than originally expected.
Arizona has voted to eliminate net metering for residential solar customers. Here’s why the change won’t matter.
The Motley Fool suggests that traditional utility companies will come under increasing pressure from residential solar now that home energy storage products are entering the market at prices that home owners can afford.
The government of Sweden has announced a new incentive program that will pay 60% of the cost of a residential battery storage system up to a maximum of $5,600. It runs until December 31, 2019
Rocky Mountain Power in Utah is asking the PUC to slash the money it pays rooftop solar customers from 14 cents to 4 cents per kilowatt hour. Is that fair to people with rooftop solar systems?