Author: Jonathan Kaganoff

The Oil-Rich Middle East Is Also Sun Rich, And Now It’s Pushing Solar Hard

The Oil-Rich Middle East Is Also Sun Rich, And Now It’s Pushing Solar Hard As oil revenues dry up, can Arab countries replace one abundant energy source with another? Is it possible that Saudi Arabia is more forward-thinking than the U.S. when it comes to the end of oil, and sustainable alternatives? The answer is, […]

Corporate America Loves Solar Energy

Corporate America Loves Solar Energy Household companies like Target, Apple, and Walmart are some of the biggest solar customers in the U.S. today. The decision to install solar panels can be driven by factors like a desire to use clean energy or an interest in becoming more self-sufficient when it comes to electricity. But when […]

Which cities are the greatest users of solar power?

Which cities are the greatest users of solar power? The people getting rooftop solar are not who you think they are.  Sunny California continues to lead the nation in rooftop solar installations, but that’s not what’s most surprising about the new numbers from state utility regulators.Solar’s greatest appeal is not in any tony enclave of […]

Utilities Are Losing the Battle Against Solar Energy

Utilities Are Losing the Battle Against Solar Energy Fighting solar energy won’t be a path to success for utilities across the country. Rooftop solar energy is becoming a financially viable way for millions of U.S. consumers to generate their own electricity — and utilities are doing everything to kill the solar boom before it gains […]

Las Vegas’ Is Now Powered Entirely by Renewable Energy

Las Vegas’ Is Now Powered Entirely by Renewable Energy Las Vegas is now the largest city in the country to run entirely on renewable energy. Just last week, Las Vegas announced it has reached its goal of powering the city government entirely with renewable energy, meeting a goal the city has been working toward for […]

An ancient cathedral in England is getting solar panels

An ancient cathedral in England is getting solar panels For more than 1,300 years the site of Gloucester Cathedral, in the south west of England, has been a place of continuous worship. Rich in history, it is home to the tomb of King Edward II, who died in 1327. Now, it has become one of […]

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