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Webinar Presented by Wakeman Town Farm: Is Solar Right for You? Learn about Connecticut Incentives, May 10, 7 pm EDT

Energy,Solar,Solar Panels,Connecticut

by samanthaklein Intern

Have you been thinking about getting solar panels installed on your house? This panel of experts will take you through the process. Discover the different possibilities in solar. Should you lease or rent? What might your savings be eac… more...

  Filed under: Solar

0 replies | 684 views | Posted on: 04/18/2021 | Last updated: 04/21/2021

Online Forum: Community Solar, Energy Storage, and Beyond by GreenHomeNYC, August 19, 6:30-8 pm EDT

Solar,Renewable Energy,Energy Storage,Community Solar,renewables

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

What is happening in community solar and energy storage these days, and how are they moving the needle on renewables in New York?   In New York, solar energy still accounts for less than 2% of the state's electricity generation… more...

  Filed under: Solar

1 replies | 740 views | Posted on: 08/10/2020 | Last updated: 10/14/2020

ASES Solar 20/20 Virtual Conference, June 24-25, 9 AM MDT

Climate Change,clean energy,Energy Efficiency,Renewable Energy,Solar Energy

by Richard Minasian Student

ASES SOLAR 20/20 is the American Solar Energy Society’s 49th annual National Solar Conference and will be our first ever fully-virtual conference. The virtual conference will be held online June 24-25 with workshops and NABCEP courses… more...

  Filed under: Solar

0 replies | 2009 views | Posted on: 06/06/2020 | Last updated: 06/06/2020

(Canceled) Solar BoS Meet 2020: Focusing on Engineering, Design & Procurement, April 16-17, New Delhi, India

Solar Energy,Utiities,India Green Building

by abu417 Climate Connoisseur. Eco-Maniac. Solar Sommelier.

Solar BoS Meet 2020, is the largest solar energy event in India with a gathering of 300+ top professionals from the solar utility and rooftop industry. Attendees of this event include senior company officials driving the rapid growth of thi… more...

  Filed under: Solar

0 replies | 1158 views | Posted on: 01/23/2020 | Last updated: 04/05/2020

Solar Prices Drop as Project Numbers Continue to Grow

by Higgins_James Student

Over the past fiscal year, the U.S. solar industry has grown dramatically as we move into 2016. With over 135,000 installations emerging in the first half of 2015, we now see a new installation every 2 minutes. Since the implementation of t… more...

  Filed under: Solar

0 replies | 2502 views | Posted on: 06/13/2016 | Last updated: 10/08/2017

An Introduction to Community Solar

by Higgins_James Student

If you are looking to ‘Go Solar’ there are many great options available, but one option worth looking into is Community Solar. The term Community Solar refers to a community based solar project that is owned by residents, or people that… more...

  Filed under: Solar

0 replies | 4679 views | Posted on: 06/15/2016 | Last updated: 07/23/2016

How Sustainable is the Current Growth in Solar?

by NathanKashdan Student

A new article from by energy columnist David Roberts explains that the current boom in rooftop solar technologies is currently being threatened. Policies like net-meterin… more...

  Filed under: Solar

1 replies | 900 views | Posted on: 07/28/2015 | Last updated: 06/17/2016

Google's Project Sunroof Helps You See if Solar Panels are Right for You

by NathanKashdan Student

Google has just released their Project Sunroof, which utilizes Google Maps to see how much money you will save by installing solar panels on your roof. This is done by first analyzing how much sun will hit your roof (based on satellite data… more...

  Filed under: Solar

0 replies | 727 views | Posted on: 08/19/2015 | Last updated: 08/19/2015


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