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Oregon Governor Kate Brown calls for solar ready homes by 2020
<h5>If you buy a new home in Oregon in the next few years it might already be &#34;solar ready.&#34;<br/></h5>
Nov 15, 2017
3111 Views
Solar Power Is Growing Way Faster Than Predicted
Nov 13, 2017
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Solar Installers Are Getting Closer to Profitability
<h5>Rooftop solar installers are reaching ‘major milestone’.<br/></h5>
Nov 09, 2017
3232 Views
Bright idea: Why some in Puerto Rico are banking on a solar solution
<h5></h5><h5>It was shattered.​ Across rural mountainsides, there are miles and miles of mangled power poles. Forty-six days after the storm, Puerto Rico's embattled utility company is reporting only about 40 percent power generation.</h5>
Nov 06, 2017
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Florida Utility lobbies against solar for regular people, but uses it for its own portfolio
<h5>A recent press release by FPL (formerly Florida Power and Light) talks highly of on-going solar construction. FPL exclaims that they’ve built 300MW of solar power across eight power plants. They also communicate that FPL is the largest holder of solar resources in Florida – 375MW. It’s a facade.</h5>
Oct 30, 2017
3049 Views
Solar costs to fall further, powering global demand
<p></p><h5>80-90 GW new solar capacity will be added within 5-6 years. Solar panel costs to fall by 60% in next 10 years.</h5><p></p>
Oct 23, 2017
2947 Views
Solar’s Remarkable Survival in the Most Extreme Weather
<h5>As the Atlantic continues to churn out some of the deadliest storms on record, the repercussions continue to rock the South and southeastern U.S. Whether it is the physical impact of the recent storms on solar projects or the economic impact throughout energy markets, how do these events affect the solar industry, and to what extent?<br/></h5>
Oct 16, 2017
7894 Views
How solar panels increase your home’s resale value
<h5>Switching to solar power can pay you back in more ways than a lower electric bill.<br/></h5>
Oct 11, 2017
5967 Views
What happens to solar panels in a hurricane?
<h5>Hurricanes are nature’s wildest storms, with winds whipping around at up to 157 miles-per-hour or more. All that wind can blow trees down, destroy mobile homes, and whip debris around, causing major problems. But how do solar panels fare in a hurricane? Surprisingly well, it turns out.<br/></h5>
Oct 10, 2017
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How solar energy saved a Puerto Rican farm from Hurricane Maria
<h5>While his competitors wait for diesel to restart generators knocked out by Hurricane Maria, flower grower Hector Santiago is already back in business because of solar panels powering his 40-acre (16.2-hectare) nursery in central Puerto Rico.<br/></h5>
Oct 05, 2017
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