Dan McGrath was a master electrician when Massachusetts increased its solar incentives in 2010. He saw an opportunity in an emerging market and made a big leap of faith.
The solar industry had a good year in 2013 and there’s every indication that the momentum will carry photovoltaic technology through 2014.
Several utilities lost fights to reduce net metering payments for rooftop solar this year.
Looking back at 2013 it has been a amazing year for us at SolarJoy!
Solar and wind continue to be the most popular forms of new energy coming online in 2013.
All of the new electricity generation that came online in the United States last month was sola
Google might help the world search for just about-well, everything, but when the search and mobile giant is looking for investments, it’s increasingly turning to solar.
Administrators at the San Diego International Airport wondered if customers would find value in an electric vehicle charging station. Until now
We have rebranded our vehicles and decided to go back to our roots by having the SolarJoy colours take centre stage. The look and feel is strongly grounded in iconic symbols with reference to a greener environment.
For centuries, scientists have studied the mysterious power of music. But the latest study reveals that music doesn’t just grip human emotion and make people unwittingly sway to the beat; it also makes solar cells more efficient.