Complete Solar has published an index of California cities, ranked by how easy it is to implement solar in your home. The ranking reflects times and costs for permitting by each city. We created the Solar Ease Index to help educate city governments and citizens on permit wait times and fees, and how they help […]

New Jersey School Amongst Top Solar Schools In Nation

Both the latest industry review of solar energy being used by schools, and the most recent federal listing of top solar schools have identified the Lawrenceville School in New Jersey as not only a top solar energy producing school, but as the driving force behind New Jersey being the 2nd highest rated state in the […]

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Price For Solar Keeps Dropping

The cost of both residential and utility scale solar energy is continuing to drop, according to multiple national reports. Three different reports showed costs drops ranging from 15-70% in both sectors, based on data from the 2013/2014 year to the previous year, as well as tests that compare cost to data as far back as […]

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Obama Pushes For Solar

The Obama administration is continuing to push for clean energy solutions and renewable energy sources, and is putting the policies and ideas into action. The actions, together with commitments from states, communities, companies and others, are part of President Obama’s second-term push to reduce carbon emissions in an effort to mitigate climate change. They follow […]

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Alliance Pushes For Solar In The Sunshine State

You would think that in the solar energy world, Florida – “The Sunshine State” – would be the vanguard for development and production. But it turns out, that’s not the case, because utility companies have been fighting the change. A new coalition is making a push to change all that. The Tampa Bay Times reports […]

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Everythings Bigger In Texas, Even Solar Energy Potential

Think of energy and oil in the US and you think of Texas. But you might not think solar energy potential, until you consider it’s solar friendly close to the equator flat desert area exposed to some of the most power solar radiation in the world geographic positioning. Plus, it turns out that having the […]

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Minnesota Military Facility Goes Solar

The Minnesota National Guard and Minnesota Power are partnering on a 10 megawatt solar array to power the state’s largest military training facility. The new solar array at Camp Ripley will sit on 100 acres north of Little Falls. It will be the largest solar installation on military property in Minnesota as well as the […]

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