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Net Metering Raises Inequity Concerns Amid Solar Transition

Many Americans like to say that “if you work hard, you’ll get ahead,” but fewer and fewer of us actually think so.  A recent...

Does Solar’s Boom Have to Cost the American Poor?

Has the President has co-signed on the negative impact solar policies have on poor Americans?

Solar City Doesn’t Want My Business

A friend of mine recently began renovating her home, and as she frequented Home Depot to buy supplies, she took notice of the Solar...

Net Metering and Its Potential Impact on Low-Income Consumers

This article originally appeared on the Atlanta Black Star on July 2, 2014. Paul Krugman, in a recent New York Times Op-Ed titled The Big Green Test Conservatives and Climate Change, argued...

It Takes Green to Go Green

Energy efficiency, affordability and environmental friendliness should go hand in hand, but they don’t always, especially when considering the affordability of certain types of...

FPL Proposes Community Investment to Spur Solar Build Out

In a new pilot program by Florida Power & Light, consumers have a unique opportunity to support the build out of solar energy in...

Solyndra and Our Solar Future

Funding for science is different from other government expenditures because failure is part of the process.