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    New York’s progressive take on solar energy

    New York has been called a national leader in the transition to renewable energies like solar. The state has set a goal of reducing its carbon emissions to 80% below 1990 levels by 2050, and the state ranks 7th in solar capacity of infrastructure installed in 2014. This is, in part, thanks to a 2012 initiative called NY-Sun, which

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    Solar Power on the Rise – 3 Biggest Catalysts for Change

    Solar Power on the Rise – 3 Biggest Catalysts for Change

    Solar Power has many Financial Benefits, and these are often the biggest catalyst for change in the United States, not the love for the environment. Like it or not, money does make life more comfortable, and everyone from individuals to corporations is searching for ways to make more and spend less. There is no question

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    New York’s Progressive Solar Policies: Individuals and Businesses Both Win

    As always, New York leads the pack when it comes to innovative policy.  According to a March 2015 Mother Jones article, the state’s lofty goal of an eighty percent reduction in 1990 levels of greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050, isn’t just idle chat. According to the article, “New York ranks ninth overall for total installed solar, and in 2013 alone

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    Why does California lead the nation in residential solar?

    The sunny state of California leads the nation in solar power projects. Considered to be one of the most progressive states in the United States, it’s only natural that residents understand the value of installing sustainable energy systems! Over 3,217 watts have been installed as of 2015! Rooftop solar panels also help residents save money

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    What New Jersey Residents Should Know about The Solar Power Incentive Program

    In June, 2015, NJ Assembly Democrat Tim Eustace introduced legislation to provide financial incentives for homeowners using solar panel power systems. The Solar Power Incentive Program (SPIP) aims to reduce power grid congestion and make New Jersey more environmentally responsible. According to the New Jersey Clean Energy Program, the state has more than 37,000 solar

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    Why Wall Street’s Wrong About Solar Energy

    V. Solar Energy  Solar energy is hot, hot, hot – Even Google agrees to it. With more homeowners dedicated to finding cost-effective, environmentally friendly energy sources, solar energy panel installation is projected to increase by a third in the last half of 2015. But even with the price of solar energy installation becoming competitive to

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