California’s New Solar

Why California's new solar mandate could cost new homeowners up to an extra $10,000 Starting next year, every new home built in California will have something extra on top. Recently, California became the first state in the nation to make solar mandatory for new houses. Beginning in 2020, newly constructed homes must have solar panels, … Continue reading California’s New Solar

Top 10 States for Homeowners to Invest in Renewable Energy

Top 10 States for Homeowners to Invest in Renewable Energy Economically speaking, the gap between states with renewable energy sector policy support and states without it is incredibly vast. States with no incentives or legislative support for renewable technologies see almost no investment in renewable technologies when compared with supported or incentivized states such as … Continue reading Top 10 States for Homeowners to Invest in Renewable Energy

Tesla begins taking orders for its solar roof

~ Make sure to do your research, though as the costs saved with electricity costs is shown over 30 years and most homeowners do not stay in their homes that duration of time ~ Tesla begins taking orders for its solar roof Tesla Inc. will accept orders for its solar glass roofs starting Wednesday afternoon. … Continue reading Tesla begins taking orders for its solar roof

Solar road tiles get their first public test

Solar road tiles get their first public test © Provided by Engadget No, that's not an elaborate new Lite-Brite kit-- that's the possible future of energy. After years of work (and some last-minute delays), Solar Roadways has installed its first public energy tiles in Sandpoint, Idaho as part of a test. On top of producing … Continue reading Solar road tiles get their first public test