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Concerns Linger: Maine’s New Net Metering Rules May Hurt Consumers

Subsidize, or not to subsidize, that is the question. Over the past few years the issue of net metering has risen in prominence as the roll-out...

Let’s Incentivize An All-Inclusive Consumer Approach to Solar

Donald Trump’s meeting recently with Silicon Valley’s tech royalty should give investors an idea about which sectors of the economy will be receiving some...

Clean Energy Savings for All Initiative Plans 1 GW Solar by...

Through a new partnership between the Departments of Energy (DOE), Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Agriculture (USDA), Health and Human Services (HHS), Veteran’s Affairs (VA)...

Obama Administration Takes Historic Step Toward Solar Equality, But Much Work...

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post, and has been cross-posted at the author's request. For far too long, working-class families have been left out...

Duke Energy Spearheading Solar Expansion in North, South Carolina

The Southeast is rapidly becoming a hot bed for solar expansion, and Duke Energy is leading the charge.  The company already owns or purchases...

Leasing Solar Can Lead to Real Estate Losses

Installing rooftop solar is expensive.  If homeowners don’t have $30,00o to $40,000 or more for the upfront costs, they have two other options for...

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?

Duke Energy Makes a $500M Investment in Utility-Scale Solar

On September 15, Duke Energy announced plans to commit $500 million to utility-scale solar power in the state of North Carolina. This announcement is...

Florida NAACP: Elevating Energy Engagement as a Civil Rights Issue

Citing health disparities and economic opportunity as primary motivators, the Florida NAACP released a new report, Just Energy Policies: Reducing Pollution and Creating Jobs,...

Sunshine State’s Diversity Opens Door for “All of the Above” Energy...

While Florida may fall to the middle of the pack when it comes to overall energy production, it is fifth in the nation in...