Under a new law, Iowa homeowners will be eligible for a tax credit of up to $3,000 when they install a solar power system.
A University of Tennessee study says U.S. support for solar power is consistent with historic backing of other new energy sources, and could bring big benefits.
The California Solar Initiative has doubled the rebate for qualifying low-income, single-family households that make the switch from natural gas to solar.
The New York Power Authority is launching a $30 million energy initiative aimed at lowering the cost of solar power generation.
Talesun Solar recently delivered 3,000 residential solar power T-KITs to Green Grants, a company that finances green upgrades for Louisiana homeowners.
Palo Alto adopts the Clean Local Energy Accessible Now program, under which its utility will pay 14 cents/kWh for a total of up to 4 MW of solar power.
A revamped incentive program, SolarSense, out from Minnesota Power could make the installations of solar power systems more affordable for more than 144,000 customers.
In the holiday spirit, Californians installing HelioPower solar systems get cash back, environmental cred and help Nicaraguan families obtain solar lighting.
The third quarter saw 449 MW of new solar capacity installed in the U.S., but the industry says the boom may falter if a key tax provision isn’t extended.
From now until March 2012, One Block Off the Grid will add $10 to its basic rebate for every household that signs on with them to install residential solar.