Some of our favorite stories from around the web this week in our solar power weekly roundup Episode 5.
California Just Doubled Down on Fighting Climate Change An aggressive emissions bill commits the state to making deep cuts in emissions by 2030.
U.S. Solar Poised For ‘Unprecedented’ Growth Spurt This Year Growing 43% year-over-year, the U.S. saw 2,051 MW of solar photovoltaic power installed in the second quarter of …
Alberta eyes renewable energy boom with 5,000-megawatt target by 2030 1 for 21 proposed solar projects generating a total of 681 MW and for 28 wind power projects producing 4,646 MW.
Iconic “Painted Lady” home goes solar with Sunrun – PennEnergy Iconic “Painted Lady” home goes solar with SunrunSunrun, the largest dedicated residential solar power company in the U.S., announced that one of San Francisco’s famous “Painted Lady” homes has gone solar with Sunrun.
U.S. Department of the Interior The Aiya project is one of four solar power facilities planned by First Solar and Tribes … for American Indian lands that streamlines the approval process for home ownership and spurs renewable energy development in Indian Country.
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Solar Solutions Team
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