I love overpaying my electricity bill. Said nobody. Ever. It's no secret that solar panels can help reduce your electricity bill and at times, eliminate it. But how much can you really save by installing a home solar system?
Going solar often requires a little legwork – like finding a reliable installer or figuring out the financing – though, SunPower makes it simple.
Scientists focused on the Indian city of Delhi, which is notorious for its poor air quality, for their study.
The Energy Information Administration says coal generation is expected to fall by 25 percent this year, with an 11 percent cut in emissions.
Upon its completion, estimated for 2022, the Gemini Solar Project could be the eighth-largest solar facility in the world, the U.S. Department of the Interior said this week.
Until recently Caye Caulker largely relied on bottled water being shipped in—a service that has been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Researchers say their SunBOTs are 400 percent more efficient than comparable stationary devices.
City leaders in Hot Springs, Arkansas, have decided to solely use renewable energy, but on the whole, the U.S. is still behind the EU in adopting alternative power sources.
If rolled out globally, the islands could offset the total global emissions from fossil fuels.
Mexican and U.S. law enforcement agencies discovered a highly sophisticated underground tunnel—featuring a rail system and solar-powered lighting—running underneath the border between Mexico and California.
To Trump and his merry band of climate-change deniers, boosting coal is fine. Helping solar is an unwarranted interference in the free market.
Industry advocates have predicted more job losses are on the way as 30 percent tariff sets in.
Floating solar fuels rig can produce fuel that's currently used in NASA's rockets.
'You can solve cost, climate and public health all at the same time,' says chief sustainability officer Melissa Lavinson.
Wind farms in Oklahoma, Iowa and South Dakota will help power Google's global operations.
Smart windows become tinted in the sunlight—which could have twofold benefits.
One building already has electricity-generating windows.
These synthetic structures could be made into glass or textiles that could absorb sunlight one day.
The solar panels use tiny organisms to photosynthesize sunlight, converting it into energy.
A new generation of see-through solar cell technology could harvest energy from building and car windows as well as cell phones.
The president is betting that harnessing the power of the sun will decrease the cost of the wall.
Writing for Newsweek, André Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard reflect on their journey.