Earth Day has been observed worldwide since 1970. This year it’s more important than ever. Two coordinated events are being held on April 22 in Washington D.C. and in many cities around the nation including Fort Bragg: a March For Science and a Climate Literacy Teach-In. Noyo Food For
My interest in Residential Solar started 20 years ago, when I bought an off-grid house in the Santa Cruz mountains. Before purchasing, I did a lot of research. It seemed far cheaper to put in solar than run PG&E. I grabbed my Solar Living Catalog, and designed a full-time off grid
We didn’t install a home solar system because it was a brilliant, money-saving investment. True, federal tax credits ease the pain of buying solar outright, and yes, we greatly reduced monthly PG&E costs. We are delighted to escape inevitable per kilowatt rate hikes for decades to
In National News… There was no shortage of national news stories in 2016. Here are just a few that caught our eye. The Solar Industry Now Employs More People in US Than The Oil Industry Donald Trump Goes Solar on Hillary Clinton During the First Debate Mark Ruffalo Delivers Sol
Of any state in the union, solar energy advocates in Florida had one of the most epic years. Check out these 2016 news stories and you’ll understand why. Why climate change is such a big issue in Florida Why It’s So Hard to Get Solar in Florida Fight over Florida’s solar
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