Solar On Your Trip

Solar On Your Trip Your heading off to a remote location with the family, to spend some quality time with them and ‘get off the grid’. Meaning, you want have technology distracting you from making the most of your time away together. You’ve consider investing in solar to help you with your campsite setup, but have no clue as to […]

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Tesla To Take Orders For Solar Roof Tiles Starting April

Tesla will begin taking orders for its solar roof in April, CEO Elon Musk said Friday. In a series of tweets, Musk also released a video of the release candidate version of the upcoming Model 3, officially called the Model S3X. Read: Tesla Model 3 News: First Drive Video Tweeted By Elon Musk When Tesla acquired…

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JinkoSolar to build solar plant in Abu Dhabi

Technicians check solar panels at a textile company in Jimo, Shandong province. [Photo/China Daily] Sweihan project to offer one of lowest power prices by a utility globally JinkoSolar Holdings Co Ltd, the world’s largest solar panel producer by shipments, will join force with Japan’s Marubeni Corporation and the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Company (ADWEC) to…

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NYC’s Path to Renewable Energy Storage

Sustainable CUNY has published a roadmap through which they believe it is possible for New York City to reach its energy storage targets, utilizing resilient solar technology. Resilient solar differs from traditional solar in that it can function during normal grid operations, but also when the electric grid is down. The model has been fitted to…

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As Solar Becomes More Popular, Could You Have A Solar Home?

The U.S. saw a massive solar boom in 2016, more than 14 megawatts of potential power were brought on to the grid, bringing the total solar capacity of the U.S. to 42.4 gigawatts. To put those numbers in perspective, there are now 8.3 million homes across the country that could potentially be powered by solar, according…

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PSE&G is shortchanging homeowners with solar panels, lawsuit claims

CHERRY HILL TWP. — A class action lawsuit claiming certain PSE&G solar energy customers are being unlawfully overcharged for their electric bills was filed earlier this week in Camden County Superior Court. The suit, brought on behalf of a Cherry Hill resident by Marlton-based lawyer Joseph A. Osefchen, claims PSE&G and private electricity provider Stream Energy…

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Australian and German companies in landmark solar deal

Sydney (dpa) – An Australian and a German renewable energy developer have been able to secure funding for Australia’s largest single solar project deal it was announced on Monday. Australian company Edify Energy and German investor Wirsol have secured 230 million Australian dollars (174 million US dollars) for three new large-scale solar farms: the Whitsunday and…

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