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Solar IQ Rises As Costs Fall

By Stacy Clark House by house, street by street, homeowners and businesses are increasingly divesting from conventional electrical power providers and going solar. “About 200,000 US homes and businesses added rooftop solar in the past two years alone—about 3 gigawatts (GW) of power and enough to replace four or five … [continued]

17 Cleantech Champions

There are actually thousands of cleantech champions out there, and many of them are CleanTechnica readers. I was actually a bit hesitant to make this list because of that — there are going to be a lot of people not on this list that really could be. However, in honor … [continued]

A Feelgood Solar Story For Thanksgiving

Originally published on Cost of Solar. Environmentally beneficial action is cool. Social service is cool. Environmentally beneficial action + social service? Hot! Apparently, Motech Americas, Habitat for Humanity, and Sungevity know that. Motech Americas recently donated solar panels for a family with two disabled young sons so that they could significantly reduce their … [continued]

Must Watch: Danny Kennedy TEDx Talk

The following is an excellent video of a TEDx talk by Danny Kennedy in Sydney. Danny Kennedy, if you can’t place the name, is the founder of Sungevity, a former Greenpeace activist, and author of Rooftop Revolution: How Solar Power Can Save Our Economy—and Our Planet—from Dirty Energy. He’s a definite … [continued]

Clean Energy Companies Launch Alliance To Protect Solar Choice & Rooftop Solar, Combat Monopoly Utilities

This article was originally published on the website of The Alliance for Solar Choice. The nation’s leading rooftop solar companies today announced the formation of The Alliance for Solar Choice (TASC). TASC believes anyone should have the option to switch from utility power to distributed solar power. Founding members represent … [continued]