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.
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.
July 4th marks our country’s 240th trip around the sun. It also marks SolarCity’s 10th anniversary. Our company was founded on July 4th, 2006 by Lyndon and Peter Rive. It’s developed over the course of the last decade to become the country’s number one provider of rooftop solar.
What’s the impact of installing more than 8 million solar panels across America?
Calling climate change “the most urgent threat facing our entire species,” Leonardo DiCaprio cited the global plight while accepting his first Oscar for “The Revenant” at Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
At the United Nations climate talks currently underway in Paris, the focus is on energy – and rightfully so: more than 70 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions come from energy-related sources like electricity production, heating, and transportation.
You know installing solar on your home is good for the environment, but have you ever wondered just how big your individual impact is? Here’s proof that one person can make a difference:
100,000 Solar Ambassadors are helping us change the way we power our country.We began the SolarCity power revolution nine years ago today.
An oft-repeated reason for concern about the environment is the importance of preserving the earth for future generations. But how do we teach our children the meaning and importance of eco-awareness?
As readers of this blog know, we like to celebrate the talented individuals who make up our growing workforce at SolarCity.