Solar power in America is on a roll. Over the last decade, the cost of solar installations in the U.S. has fallen by more than 70 percent, and every year has had more solar installed than the last.
Today we’re expanding our service and operations in the Keystone State. Importantly, we’re introducing a solar loan option in the state that we expect to make an investment in solar attractive to more customers.
This morning we announced residential solar service in Florida, something we’ve wanted to announce for a long time.
There are challenges to living on a remote island – from food scarcity to destructive weather – and the lack of affordable, reliable power is among the greatest.
Today, SolarCity and Tesla shareholders have voted to approve the combination of our companies, enabling the transaction to be completed in the coming days.
These are some of America’s cloudiest cities. And guess what: they’re producing tons of solar power.
In many of America’s cloudiest cities, one thing is clear: their residents are producing tons of solar power.
With Election Day just around the corner, political divisiveness across the U.S. seems to be escalating by the minute. Recent opinion polls suggest that partisan discord in America is more intense than it’s been in decades.
How will the U.S. achieve its climate change goals? Our customers’ solar rooftops are leading the way.
This week in New York, energy leaders and experts from around the world are gathering for Climate Week 2016 – an annual event highlighting how continued investment in clean energy innovation and technology can empower us to address global climate change.
SolarCity recently announced we’re expanding our service territory in Texas, bringing our clean, affordable solar energy to homeowners in Austin.
More than a million American families and businesses have installed solar panels – and with each passing day, thousands more are joining them.