Over 300GW of unsubsidized solar energy could be deployed across the US, but many utilities remain blissfully unaware of the coming solar storm.
If you want investor-owned utilities to work on reducing emissions, they need a financial incentive. And there’s no better incentive than losing customers.
California-based Mosaic may pry open the community solar investment floodgates, with 235kW of solar capacity sold out in just 24 hours.
The coming solar revolution promises more change in the next 10 years than utilities have faced in the last 100. They had best be prepared.
As Hawaii solar creeps toward cost parity with the grid, the US state is learning some important lessons about unexpected barriers.
The ridiculous price disparity between installing solar in America and in countries like Germany comes down to ‘soft costs.’ How long until they catch up?
A new study pushes the boundaries of distributed generation by assuming local installed solar can be sufficient to meet 100% of local demand.
The simplest energy storage option for renewable electricity is batteries, but our simplest option is also among the least energy dense material we have.