Solar power advocates scored two small but important victories last week in rulings by regulators in Arizona and New Mexico.
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Making it possible for many New Mexico homeowners to install solar with no upfront cost, SolarCity is now offering its groundbreaking MyPower solar loan in the state. Expecting its unique solar ownership program to immediately become the most affordable residential solar power option in New Mexico, SolarCity states that homeowners will pay as much as […]
SolarCity has entered the solar power market in New Mexico with a plan that will save customers 15% on their energy bills for no money down.
SolarCity has already installed rooftop solar systems on about 4,000 homes within Fort Bliss, but now it wants to expand into the rest of El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, New Mexico. Fort Bliss is the second-largest army post in the country with head quarters in El Paso. “We’ll grow as fast as the market […]
Residential solar provider Sungevity, Inc, headquartered in Oakland, CA, has announced that it has expanded its solar services into New Mexico and Vermont. This expansion mirrors the general growth trend for solar in the United States. In fact, Sungevity was ranked the third most productive residential solar installer in America, by a GTM Research report. Sungevity was […]
The following is a fun graph I recently ran across on Wikipedia. It shows the completely explosive solar power growth that has occurred in California, Arizona, New Jersey, Nevada, and New Mexico since 2010. Different factors have been at play here. For one, the price of solar panels has come down dramatically. In some of […]