After many months of development and construction to make a community solar garden a reality, it starts producing clean, solar electricity. But what’s next, and how it does it work for you? Community solar gardens are rows of solar panels, located in open fields, connected to the utility’s power grid. SunShare sites our solar gardens
This Black Friday, we know what you’re thinking: How can I shop Black Friday deals sustainably? How can I pass along my environmental friendliness to my friends and family through gifts? With our helpful tips, tricks, and lists, you can get the best of both. What you can buy: Black Friday is a great time
There is a lot that goes into building and operating a solar garden before it begins producing clean solar energy and providing you with savings on your electricity costs. Spoiler Alert: Despite what the name implies, the solar panels do not magically sprout out of the Earth. First, we set out to find a piece
Last week, Infocast, a leading renewable energy conference producer, put on the first ever community-solar-centric conference. While most solar energy conferences feature community solar through speakers or workshops, this is the first solar conference to be centered solely on community solar energy as a market. This is huge for community solar, as the nascent market
2015 was not just a record year for worldwide heat, 2015 shattered the record that was set just one year prior in 2014. The past 2 years have been the hottest years this earth has seen since we started recording temperature in 1880. Additionally, 15 of the top 16 warmest years have happened since 2001.