Summer’s almost here … and with it comes the itch to travel. Fans of solar power might be interested to know that there’s a growing list of famous landmarks now using the sun for at least part of their power needs.
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SolarCity’s mission is to remove every obstacle that stands in the way of clean energy.
The electric utility industry’s central criticism of distributed solar is that it creates a “cost shift” from rooftop solar customers to non-solar customers. This isn’t entirely true because most solar customers cover the cost for utilities to serve them, thus shifting no costs.
SolarCity is heading to the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas next week, and we’re really excited to connect with people on our new homes program.
There are a lot of things that don’t work as well as we’d like in the world today: fad diets, get-rich-quick schemes, that combination toaster/juicer you bought from the late night shopping channel…luckily solar power isn’t one of them.SolarCity customers back us up in this video series to debunk myths about solar energy.
People liked hearing our customers talk about going solar so much, that we decided to make a sequel. Five more solar citizens sum up their experience here.
Utah’s scenic natural beauty is a national treasure and an engine of economic activity—the state’s bevy of parks and monuments and reputation as a destination for skiers and hikers helped draw more than 23 million visitors in 2012.
We’ve celebrated some major milestones recently, and wanted to take a moment to say thank you to the customers and employees who believe in our company, and a better way.
If one of the defining characteristics of a power couple is being well-connected, then SolarCity customers embracing the EV+PV (electric vehicles and solar photovoltaic) lifestyle are rubbing elbows with a very powerful pair.
Don’t look now, but solar power in America is becoming a thing, and not just for environmental science professors. Last year solar power became the second-largest source of new electricity generating capacity in the U.S., behind only natural gas. Folks are starting to use the word “mainstream” to describe it.