In late October 2015, an underground natural gas storage facility near Los Angeles began leaking gas, polluting the surrounding area with vast amounts of methane — a greenhouse gas that has a global warming potential far greater than even carbon dioxide.
Last week the Nevada Public Utilities Commission chose to ignore hours of testimony from solar customers and workers, begging them to delay their decision to end rooftop solar in Nevada. As I’ve said before, the decision was a massive bait and switch.
This week, Republican and Democratic presidential candidates will face off in their final televised debates of the year.
We announced today that we’re entering Vermont, bringing our money-saving, sustainable, solar power services there for the first time.
In this week’s The New Yorker magazine, writer Bill McKibben covers the rise of rooftop solar in the United States, and utility opposition to that rise.