GM’s commitment to sustainability and solar energy is the essence of true American leadership. Their latest intiative includes busting some solar myths.
With PV America East coming up in February, this #SolarChat went into “conference-mode!” Our goal was the preview #PVAE and discuss ways to maximize conference attendance all around. Here are some highlights…
GM’s New Year’s resolution is to generate 60 megawatts of solar power across its global facilities by the end of 2015.
Two of today’s most hottest trends — crowd funding and clean energy — collided in a historic launch as Mosaic opened its solar investment doors to New York and California residents as well as accredited investors from around the country.
The focus of the 12/12/12 #SolarChat was on how solar gives back, highlighting ways solar can provide cheer for the holiday season and beyond. Here are some of the “bright” highlights…
It is remarkable how in a world of so much financial and employment disappointment, the solar industry continues to prevail quarter after quarter.
In conjunction with the recent release of the third annual National Solar Jobs Census, the 11/28/12 SolarChat topic focused on the solar industry’s enormous growth.
In the wake of the destruction, #SolarChat’s 11/14/12 discussion focused on climate change, with a panel of journalists from RenewableEnergyWorld.com (Elissa Wood and Meg Cichon) and Climate Progress (Stephen Lacey). Here are some highlights…
Corporate America’s adoption of solar initiatives is helping dispel myths and show consumers that solar is a great investment. Hear what GM had to say about its endeavors in the 10/24/12 recap of #SolarChat.
There are several steps we can take to be more energy efficient in our daily lives. Read today’s post to learn more.
The 10/10/11 #SolarChat focused on the Solar Energy Industries of America’s (SEIA) Q2 2012 Solar Market Insight Report, which indicated tremendous growth in domestic solar, including solar PV installations that have more than doubled since 2011.
On the eve of the Presidential Debate, the polls are in and America has spoken in an overwhelming and unified voice — they want more solar in the U.S. and they support government policies that will encourage development and expansion of solar energy in the United States.