Research finds the potential to improve electricity grid efficiency by combining EV use and renewable energy is significant.
US Department of Energy’s NREL study finds wind turbines can actually improve electricity grid reliability.
New US study highlights a clear trend of solar homes selling for a higher premium than non-solar homes – in California, at least.
A new survey has found that 42% of current American drivers could use EVs with little change to driving habits or costly home charging infrastructure.
Everyone knows quitting coal saves millions in externalities like healthcare, but what about when quitting coal also saves millions for utility ratepayers?
California’s cap and trade market will expand in 2014 after a successful first year of operations.
New forecasts estimate solar PV will be cost-competitive with retail power prices in nearly every market by 2017; annual installations will double by 2020.
Pro-solar energy state-level energy policies are arguably as strong right now as they’ve ever been across America.
Coal may still hold the crown when it comes to global electricity generation – but renewables will account for more than one third of global capacity by 2030.
Aside from being eco-friendly, solar also adds up to a competitive business advantage for some of America’s largest corporations.