It seems like it was just yesterday when Tesla came out with the Powerwall Home Battery. Wall-mounted, sleek, and smooth, this clean and aesthetic piece of technology gained a lot of press. Since the battery has been out, however, new designs and modifications have been made to it. The result? The Tesla Powerwall 2.0.Read More
A leaked audio tape has recently come out from the State Energy/Environmental Leadership Summit in Nashville (a utility-driven conference) where Sal Nuzzo, a vice president at the James Madison Institute (JMI) in Tallahassee, admitted that the utility industry is attempting to deceive voters into supporting Amendment 1. In the tape, he outlines the strategy used by Florida’s largest utilities to create, finance, and develop Amendment 1 as a pro-solar initiative, when it’s in fact the complete opposite.Read More
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Amendment 1 will be on your November ballot. Don’t be misled; this is NOT a pro-solar measure. Instead, it is a deceptive amendment backed by monopoly utilities, which seeks to stifle solar energy and keep Floridians captive power consumers.Read More
There’s been a lot of news going around about the Tesla Powerwall Battery. Wall-mounted, with a clean design and smooth surface, not to mention that it’s coming from Tesla, you just know that this battery is going to work great and look even better.Read More
Yes on 4. Yes on 4. Yes on… you get it. It’s a mantra people in the solar industry have been saying for months. It describes the proposed Amendment 4 that would exempt solar systems from the tangible personal property tax and real estate property tax.Read More
Last week, the White House announced an exciting new initiative called the Clean Energy Savings for All Americans. This innovative new program aims to increase access to solar energy for communities of all income levels and geographies. Basically, no matter where you live or how much you make, if you have a sunny roof, you have the chance to go solar.Read More
Greentech Media (GTM) and Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) teamed up in a 2016 Q2 Solar Market Insight report that illustrates just how much headway solar is making in the U.S. No longer shadowed by other kinds of electrical generation, solar actually added more electric capacity in the first quarter of 2016 than was added by natural gas, coal, nuclear, and wind industries combined!Read More