There’s a lot of buzz around Boston-based Sistine Solar, and for good reason: their product allows homeowners to customize how their solar installation actually looks on the roof of their home. Sistine Solar’s innovative new solar technology is designed with the aesthetically-focused solar shopper in mind.
In this week’s Solar News Roundup, we check out a new industry report on energy storage’s big 2017 and promising 2018, plus New York’s ringing endorsement of community solar and a clean energy future.
Elon Musk and his companies have been in the news a lot lately, and for good reason. Musk is constantly pushing the technology envelope, from space exploration to electric vehicles to solar technology. Since Tesla’s acquisition of SolarCity, there have been many changes to what used to be the leading solar installer in the U.S. Learn more about how SolarCity and Tesla will fit together, and what their merging means for solar shoppers.
In this week’s Solar News Roundup, we explore the massive price drop in high-efficiency solar panels over the past year, plus an early indication that solar battery systems are a viable solution for peak electricity demand.
For the vast majority of the world, fossil fuels continue to be the primary source of energy production. More and more, however, renewable technologies like solar energy are rivaling the potential of traditional fossil fuels. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the disadvantages of fossil fuels, and why the future of energy likely won’t rely on these energy sources.
Solar in the Sunshine State is heating up. Prices are falling, and solar makes more sense than ever for Florida homeowners. Choosing the right installer for your Florida solar project is one of the most important steps in the solar shopping process, but it can be difficult to know which installers are the best.
Solar power is created when sunlight strikes solar panels, which then turn solar energy into usable electricity. This photovoltaic transformation is the way solar energy is produced. In this article, we’ll look closely at how a home solar system produces power from the sun.
Thanks to consumer-friendly legislation, Minnesota’s community solar industry gained serious momentum in 2017, and it’s expected to grow exponentially in the years to come. For Minnesotans looking to take advantage of solar power without installing a solar energy system on your property, the options are promising.