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Outback Power Rolls out Energy Express Roadshow for Solar, Electrical Professionals

Renewable energy leader puts new technology on tour for distributors, installers, home and business owners.

Report: Broadband users will drive solar in 2017

According to a new analysis by research firm Parks Associates, 15% of U.S. broadband households say they will purchase solar panels in 2017.

PetersenDean Roofing & Solar Announces Appointment of Gary Liardon as Division President for Central-Eastern US

Jim Petersen, CEO of PetersenDean Roofing & Solar, the nation’s largest, full-service, privately-held roofing and solar company, announced that Gary Liardon has been appointed the company’s Division President for the Central and Eastern regions of the US. Prior to his promotion, Liardon was Division President of the Central US region. In his position as Division […]

Solar disappears down the memory hole on White House website

In a 337-word declaration called “An America First Energy Plan,” the new president praises shale oil, traditional oil and natural gas. Any mentions of renewable energy sources, however, have disappeared.

Vivint Solar expands into New Hampshire

Manchester, Nashua and Concord residents can now access affordable residential solar power from Vivint Solar.

Perry’s testimony undercut by reported budget outline

Energy Secretary Nominee Rick Perry tried to soften his Climate Change and renewable energy stances during his confirmation hearing. However, a leaked budget outline from the Trump transition team belied that conciliatory tone.

ZAF Energy Systems Hits Home Run with New Executive Management Team

New president and CEO Randy A. Moore brings over 15 years of corporate leadership plus battery industry expertise.

Performance Services announces Solar Offering for Indiana K-12 Schools

Performance Services has announced a new solar PV offering for Indiana K-12 schools that allows schools. The latest advancements in technology have dramatically reduced solar project costs, and a new third-party financing option now makes it possible for some solar installations to be leased with no debt financed by the school—resulting in positive cash flow […]

New Analysis Finds Incentives Not Needed for Homeowners to Save with Solar

Based on analysis of hundreds of thousands of solar installation records, the website Cost to Install Solar found that installing a home solar system, without any subsidies, is already a promising investment opportunity for homeowners in more than a dozen states.

Corporations covet clean-energy choices

A new report by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) and the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) indicates businesses want to settle in states with good clean-energy infrastructures.

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