A lot is happening with solar power around the world, but don’t worry, these are the headlines to help you keep up with the news today.
A lot is happening with solar energy around the world, but don’t worry, these are the headlines to help you keep up with the news today.
Voters in Florida rejected the utility backed Amendment 1, a referendum that, on its face, seemed designed to expand solar power use, but, in reality, sanctioned Florida’s utility companies to levy fees on solar power users, even when the solar panels were not pulling power off the utilities’ grids.
Ottawa gets green with solar energy project, Crown says between 10,000-12,000 Sask. homes will run on solar power within 5 years and solar power proposals are on the rise in Calgary as the province pushes for renewable energy. These are the stories we are following in Canada.
The United States unveiled a long-awaited plan for desert renewable energy development that the solar and wind industries said unfairly favors land conservation and severely limits the ability to build projects critical to meeting the nation’s climate goals.
Elon Musk says SolarCity will build a “solar roof” for your house. Instead of individual solar panels, the whole roof would have solar power capabilities.
The scrappy plane we’ve all been rooting for just completed the first solar-powered flight around the world, no fossil fuels burned. On Tuesday July 26th 2016, Solar Impulse 2 ended its epic 24,500-mile journey and landed back home in Abu Dhabi.
Tesla Motors said it would bid $2.8 billion to buy SolarCity, the announcement sent the solar energy company’s shares soaring.