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.
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We all know how important water is. 70% of the Earth is covered by it. Our bodies are mostly water, too, and we can’t survive for more than a few days without it.
Solar power is a great way to help you save money on energy, but it’s also a great way to help protect the environment. Going solar empowers families and businesses to make a concrete positive impact on the planet, by curbing climate change and safeguarding precious water and air resources.
The electric grid is changing faster than ever. With the rise of renewables and other technologies, energy is getting cleaner, more affordable, and more reliable. That said, understanding the inner workings of the power grid – voltage, distribution networks, substations, inverters, you name it – can get pretty complicated, pretty fast.
SolarCity announced today that we’re bringing our money-saving, sustainable solar services to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
As the community of SolarCity customers has grown to more than 230,000, they’ve become an increasingly impressive source of energy across the country.
We get a lot of questions about solar power. That’s why we’ve introduced “The Facts of Light”—a place where you can inquire about all things solar, and we’ll do our best to get you the answers.
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.
Wondering how sunshine becomes electricity? Here’s an overview of the process and equipment that can help you generate your own clean, more affordable energy.