An Extremely Brilliant Way to Own Solar Panels

Posted on January 16th, 2015 in solar by Spencer R.

As home solar energy production grows in the United States, many homeowners are entering into decades-long PPA’s(Power Purchase Agreements) for their solar panels. This means the panels mounted to the roofs of their homes don’t actually belong to the homeowner. Unsurprisingly, many homeowners are wary of this type of arrangement.

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World's First Solar Cycle Path Installed In Amsterdam

Posted on October 28th, 2014 in solar by Spencer R.

Earlier this year, we heard of a dynamic duo’s ambitious project, Solar Roadways, which wants to replace concrete roads, driveways and parking lots in the US with their innovative solar panels. But it turns out that they’re not the only ones that think this green idea is a smart idea, as a group in the Netherlands has just designed and installed the world’s first solar cycle path.

The path, which was developed by the Netherlands’ TNO Research Institute, runs between the suburbs of Krommenie and Wormerveer. The busy 70-meter stretch serves some 2,000cyclists per day, and is set to open next week (November 12).

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South Carolina Launches No Cost Solar Program for Middle-Class Homeowners

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South Carolina is one of the best states in the country if you want to go solar – but only if you’re rich enough. Due to the steep upfront costs of around $32,000 in cash, only those upper-income families can afford to install solar arrays. A novel initiative is, however, looking to change that. This new project hopes to help middle class communities see the sun in a different light.

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California Set To Give Solar Panels To Middle-Class Families At No Cost (R)

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Why Smart Utah Homeowners Are Buying – Not Leasing – Their Home Solar

Posted in solar by Spencer R.

As home solar energy production grows in the United States, many homeowners are entering into decades-long Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for their solar panels. This means the panels mounted to the roofs of their homes don’t actually belong to the homeowner. Unsurprisingly, many homeowners are wary of this type of arrangement.

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CALIFORNIA SET TO GIVE SOLAR PANELS TO MIDDLE-CLASS FAMILIES AT NO COST

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