High electricity rates push homeowners to consider solar Rising electric rates, grid instability, environmental concerns and decreased solar costs are all reasons for homeowners to go solar, according to a study by Rocket Solar.
Landfill solar project to cover 63% of South Portland’s municipal electricity needs The brownfield-sited project will bring the city’s municipal electricity to 80% sourced from solar.
50 states of solar incentives: Florida Aptly nicknamed the Sunshine State, Florida is a leading market for PV deployment. However, it lags other states in terms of policy support.
South Carolina electric co-op pursues batteries and other alternatives to a proposed gas unit Utility-scale batteries are being pursued by many utilities, the generation and transmission co-op utility said in explaining its decision, while aggregated distributed resources “can be counted on as predictable generation capacity.”
Solar-plus-storage kept the lights on in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona Sunnova SunSafe solar + storage systems generated a total of nearly 2 GWh of energy total with 3.4 million hours of aggregate back-up power, or an average of 128 hours of power generated per household.
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