Solar Policy in 2022: Can the U.S. Still ‘Build Back Better’?

What a difference a year makes! Last January, hopes ran high that Congress would pass landmark climate legislation in 2021. But with Democrats controlling Congress ...
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With Gas Prices Rising, EVs Are the Way to Go – Especially with Solar Power

With gasoline prices climbing back well above $3 per gallon, the economics of driving an electric vehicle have never looked better. It’s already true that ...
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Solar Power Is the Holiday Gift that Keeps on Giving

Hard to believe there are only 45 shopping days before the holidays! In a year when we’ve emerged from the darkness of Covid – and ...
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Solar Will Provide Nearly Half of U.S. Power Needs by 2050, Energy Department Says

The future belongs to solar – and its massive growth begins now. That’s the upbeat forecast from the U.S. Department of Energy, issued in a ...
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Only a Few Weeks Left to Lock In the Best Solar Rates in Vermont

August 31st. That’s the last day you can lock in the best financial incentives to go solar in Vermont. With net metering rates set to ...
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NOAA Online Tools Help You Chart Global Warming in Your Area

Each decade, the U.S. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) updates its analysis of U.S. weather patterns by comparing temperature, precipitation and other meteorological trends ...
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Colonial Pipeline Hack Is Latest Example of Fossil Fuel Frailties

The vulnerability of the nation’s fossil energy supply system was on full display again last week. Hackers penetrated the computer systems of Colonial Pipeline, causing ...
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Five Reasons to Install Solar this Summer

Springtime feels extra special this year. Not only are we shaking off a long winter, but we’re slowly, steadily escaping the clutches of a year+ ...
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What Are the Benefits of Charging Your EV at Home vs. Public Charging Stations?

One of the biggest questions owners of electric vehicles face is how to keep their EV batteries charged. As a (conservative) rule of thumb, each ...
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Electric Vehicle Fast Charging and New England’s Highways – A Shot in the Arm from the Feds!

Last week, President Biden laid out a $2 trillion infrastructure plan that puts transportation upgrades at the top of a long national project list. The ...
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