Don't want a solar panel on your roof…how about one floating on the lake behind your home?

A Los Angeles city councilman is floating - literally - a proposal for the city to build a unique solar energy production site. He wants the city to float solar panels on Los Angeles reservoirs.

Accelerating Solar Sales with Utility Bill Data

From identifying more accurate qualifications and better targets to enhancing assessments and ROI calculations, solar providers stand to gain a tremendous competitive advantage with the help of cost and consumption data from utility bills.

How Businesses Can Invest More in Sustainability

Businesses are a large contributor to society's dent in environmental unconsciousness, but they also possess the ability to leave lasting change like cleaner air, less energy use, and easy access to purified drinking water.

Cogeneration and Green Steam

"Green Steam" is an innovative environmental solution that captures thermal energy previously lost to the environment, utilizing advanced cogeneration technology.

50 Resources for Solar Energy Professionals

With so many competing interests and limited time, fulfilling the responsibilities of a solar energy professional is becoming more challenging. We compiled this list and want to share these resources with you.

The Energy Transformation Has Arrived

Decentralized energy resources like solar PV, batteries and electric vehicles are transforming how we trade and transfer energy.

Solar Investments: Reducing the Risk of Unfavorable Returns

As the PV industry enters the next stage of its evolution, there is good reason to believe all the risks of a solar array will be assessed in greater detail. More scrutiny may uncover potentially underperforming components and high O&M costs before an investment is made.

Building The World's Largest Solar Project

Saudi Arabia wants to pour $200 billion into solar to build the world's largest solar project.

How New Energy Can Act Like Facebook and Google

With increased use of renewables, resiliency issues, and sustainability concerns, there's an opportunity for technology to play a central role in helping energy companies adjust to the varying regulatory and pricing demands of the market

Integrating Renewable Energy into the Grid

Utilities and system operators are searching for cost-effective and reliable solutions. I think energy storage - batteries in particular - are at price points now where they represent a cost effective solution.

Europe Blows Away the Competition

The low cost of European offshore wind energy is the result of several factors, including advanced turbine technology, the availability of specialty construction vessels, concentrated supply chain expertise and consistent policy support.

Local Energy Marketplaces: An Emerging Business Model Powered by Digital

Utility companies have mastered integrating solar and wind, the main utility-scale renewables, into the power grid. Integrating distributed renewable resources--such as rooftop solar, Tesla Powerwalls, micro CHPs - is still a challenge.

The Cummins Carport Project - a Park@Sol Success Story

Solar racking on carports is an innovative way to derive clean energy, reduce other energy costs, and keep cars and people shaded, and the Cummins carport project met all these goals!

Indian River Bio-Refinery in Florida to Be Converted to Innovative Eco-District

Once Complete, the Indian River Eco-District Plans to Become a Positive Showcase of Multiple Sustainable Businesses Operating Cohesively with the Local Community.

Corporations Purchased Record Amounts of Clean Power in 2017

Despite looming policy uncertainty in the two most active markets, corporations globally purchased 5.4 gigawatts of clean power through long-term contracts, surpassing 2015's record.

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