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Public Utilities See the Light of Community Solar

As the energy landscape shifts, more Americans are seeking renewable energy sources to save money and reduce their carbon impact. Today, the most popular and cost effective option is distributed solar—systems that generate power near the point of consumption, such as rooftop arrays. Homeowners with roofs good condition that are properly angled to absorb maximum sunlight can buy or lease ... Read More »

Solar Specialist: Karen Hartman

A Denver native, Karen Hartman is a solar enthusiast and devoted Denver Broncos fan. Her first job out of college was working for a solar company in the Mile High City, and her passion for harnessing the sun’s energy is still evident today. “I have always been interested in renewable energy, and in doing my part to reduce our carbon ... Read More »

Community Solar: Giving New Yorkers the Power to Thrive

Fifty years ago, in the midst of the energy crisis, Halfmoon converted its town hall to solar energy and generated all the electricity needed to power the building. The nation’s first solar-operated commercial building received national attention, earning Halfmoon the nickname “Solar Town, USA.” Although energy costs dropped in the 1980s and the town hall was reverted to conventional energy—Halfmoon’s ... Read More »

Texas Solar Industry Provides Rewarding Jobs for Veterans

Texas is home to the second highest veteran population in the U.S., accounting for 13 percent of the 22 million American veterans. Having undergone intense training to serve their country under harsh conditions, veterans have developed a range of skills from leadership and perseverance to systematic planning and excelling under extreme pressure. Still, many veterans have difficulty finding meaningful work ... Read More »

Renters in NYC Can Live Green, Save Green

In New York City, nearly 70 percent of residents rent their homes. That’s twice the national average. While cost is a key factor for city dwellers who opt to rent over purchasing a home in the Big Apple, other considerations such as lifestyle and flexibility also play a role. For example, a young professional might have his or her heart ... Read More »