WE SUPPORT SOLAR
WHAT IS
174K
Top 10 States by total installed capacity
21.7 MW
In terms of system size,
The leaders by sport are:

Philidelphia
Eagles
3MW

San Francisco
Giants
12kW

Las Angeles
Lakers and Clipers
364kW

Las Angeles
Kings
364kW

Pocono
Raceway
3MW

New England
Revolution
1MW
THESE SAVVY COMPANIES ARE MOVING TO SOLAR BECAUSE IT'S COST EFFECTIVE AND HELPS OUR ENVIRONMENT.
SOLAR SAVVY YET?

SOLAR
NEWS
  • Kaiser joins Google, Apple in buying clean energy
    San Jose Mercury News – Health care giant Kaiser Permanente will announce Wednesday that it has signed deals to buy electricity from a new wind farm to be built at the Altamont Pass, a vast solar plant in Southern California, and more than 100 smaller rooftop solar arrays to be installed at its hospitals, parking garages and medical offices, all of which will reduce its carbon emissions by 30 percent.
  • US industry ready for ‘bare knuckle brawl’ to save solar tax credit
    PV Tech – As a means of achieving energy independence solar enjoys bi-partisan support in the US; a number of conservative groups, including the Tea Party, have backed it and it is supported in a number of traditionally Republican states. Remaining arguments are over how it is funded placing the TPA report at the centre of the storm. With such a strong jobs argument, however, pushing the issue of perceived federal misspending is at the centre of any remaining debate.
  • Mass. the second-biggest employer for solar power
    The Boston Globe – According to a report from the Solar Foundation, which studies and promotes the solar industry, 9,400 people had jobs making, selling, and installing solar power systems in Massachusetts last year. The industry added 3,000 jobs from November 2013 to November 2014, the group said.
  • Utility-Scale Projects Helping to Power Solar Growth
    Renewable Energy World – In a new report, the Department of Energy (DOE) has highlighted the success of the Loan Programs Office’s solar projects, saying that since it financed its first five utility-scale projects in 2011, 17 additional projects have come on line without the use of loan guarantees. The report coincides with today’s dedication ceremony of Desert Sunlight, a 550-megawatt (MW) solar project in Riverside County, California.
  • The Carolinas Have Become Hot Spots for Solar Market Expansion
    Greentech Media – Recent developments in the Carolinas show that clean energy markets there are growing rapidly, albeit with some friction as stakeholders try to establish new business and regulatory models to support the industry. How these markets grow could inform how the clean energy industry expands in other parts of the United States, too.
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9 OUT OF 10 AMERICANS FAVOR MORE SOLAR DEVELOPMENT.

-HART RESEARCH POLL