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Combat Gas Prices with a Solar PV Installation (Really!)

Combat Gas Prices with a Solar PV Installation (Really!)

Tired of high gas prices? An electric car, combined with a solar PV array, can give you clean, free, renewable power for your car.

Virtual Metering: Solar Benefits Without an On-site Solar PV Array

Virtual Metering: Solar Benefits Without an On-site Solar PV Array

Virtual metering — when your solar PV array is located off-site so you can receive clean, low-cost renewable energy generated by solar panels mounted in another location — may be the answer for increased solar energy regardless of location.

4 Surprising Places You’ll Find Solar Power

4 Surprising Places You’ll Find Solar Power

Solar PV installations in major sporting arenas and shopping centers make economic sense. Doesn’t a solar PV installation make sense for your home, too?

Why (and How) the Grid of the Future Will Change

Why (and How) the Grid of the Future Will Change

Tomorrow’s grid may be drastically different from the billing and usage model we now have for electricity. Solar may be the best solution.

Help Persuade Congress to Take Action on the Climate Crisis

Help Persuade Congress to Take Action on the Climate Crisis

Voice your support of the Save Our Climate Act H.R. 3242, currently in committee in the House of Representatives. Learn more…

Solar Developments That Will Make Your Wallet Even Happier

Solar Developments That Will Make Your Wallet Even Happier

As the U.S. government provides generous funding to renewable energy research and development, solar photovoltaic (solar PV) developers work hard on breakthroughs that will make the price of solar power…read more +

Zoned Heating and a Solar PV Array: Save Money this Winter

Zoned Heating and a Solar PV Array: Save Money this Winter

Brrr… Old Man Winter introduced himself with a vengeance right around the holidays. Temps on the east coast dropped from moderate 60s to the lower 40s as the winds whipped…read more +

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