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How Is the US Military Using Solar Power?

Climate change poses serious threats to national and global security. The U.S. military recognized the global and national security implications of climate change as far back as 1990 when it produced its first report on the impacts of climate change. Another report followed in 2003. But every year since 2007,

New York Solar Energy Incentives and Rebates 2020

Going solar isn’t as expensive as you think if you know how to get your money back. Read this guide to get the most incentives for your solar panels in New York. If you live in New York and are thinking about going solar, you should know that thanks to

NJ Solar Incentives, Rebates, and Tax Credits 2020

New Jersey has been a leader in US solar energy programs, and that status is only increasing. The Garden State is committed to renewable energy. NJ solar incentives and  solar rebates provide excellent incentives for those looking to get started. New Jersey helps residents and business owners get started with

Arizona Solar Incentives and Rebates 2020

If you are a resident of Arizona and considering going solar for your home or office, 2020 is just the time to do so. The state’s plentiful sunlight can easily convert into a bounty of clean, renewable energy. You may be concerned with the costs you’ll incur with this transition,

Massachusetts Solar Incentives and Rebates 2020

Do you own a property in Massachusetts and want to get solar panels installed on it, but are worried about huge expenses? If so, you should know that there are several financial incentives available in the state currently, making 2019 the right year for you to go solar. Like most other

Pennsylvania Solar Energy Incentives and Rebates 2020

If you’re a Pennsylvania homeowner thinking of installing solar panels in 2020, the biggest question on your mind is probably: “How much will this cost?” Fortunately, the multitude of financial incentives available in the Keystone State means that the effective cost of going solar is far lower than what you’ll

Why More States Are Turning to Clean Energy: Lessons From California

The last few years have seen a surge in the number of states adopting aggressive renewable energy policies. California, for instance, recently announced a clean energy production target of 100 percent by 2045. Clean Energy Saves Homeowners Money As a first step toward meeting that goal, the state adopted new

Why the United States Has to be a Solar Energy Leader

In 2017, the U.S. was number two in the top ten solar producers of the world. China was number one. In 2016, statistics from the International Energy Agency (IEA) show that China installed over 34 gigawatts of solar capacity. That amount is more than double the solar capacity installed in the United