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Solar Strides Across Midwest | Solar Cell | Grid Resource

Get the latest on solar energy, photovoltaic news and learn about all things under the sun across the country. Almost Unnoticed, Solar Energy Starting to Make Big Strides Across MidwestWith more than 8,000 companies now operating nationwide, solar energy has become one of the fastest-growing industries in America — thanks, in large part, to remarkable growth on both the West and East coasts. California, as expected, continues to lead the... Read More

Sustainable Design Benefits the Community

Green buildings with sustainable designs are responsive to the environment and can actively contribute to the development of healthy communities. Green buildings are not a simple development trend; more and more, communities are becoming interested in reducing their carbon footprint and are looking to encourage sustainable behaviors for the environment. Businesses are internally implementing sustainability initiatives and are encouraging other companies... Read More

Snowy Solar: Do Solar Panels Work in Snowy Climates?

Surprise, the weather forecast may be calling for snow sometime very soon. And with snow, comes storms bringing the possibility of power outages. Last winter’s polar vortex caused widespread power outages which highlighted the advantages of solar energy but also raised the question: Do solar panels work in snowy climates?Winter isn’t automatically a bad thing. In order to make solar power work, you need panels that absorb the heat and light from... Read More

Benefits to Solar Panel Installation on Shopping Mall Rooftops

Solar energy’s rapid growth in America is evident at an astounding 418% from 2010-2014 according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Savvy companies are moving towards solar panel installation because it’s cost effective and helps our environment. Simply put, solar continues to shine across the United States with clean, reliable and affordable electricity.A few key stats:• Corporate solar users in America have more than doubled... Read More