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California just became the first state to require solar panels on all new homes. Here’s how long it takes to make the $10,000 investment pay off...
A solar panel can add thousands of dollars to the cost of a home, but the California Energy Commission says it all pays off in the long run.
We rounded up all of humanity's problems that Elon Musk has pledged to fix. He's doing a lot of good — but not all of his solutions seem to be working.
Apple wants its parts suppliers to use renewable energy, like it does at its stores and headquarters, so it's investing in a $300 million fund along its suppliers that will invest in new solar projects in China.
A new report shows where our energy will come from 30 years from now — and coal is the biggest loser
Renewable energy is set to provide close 50% of the world's energy by 2050, mostly because of falling battery costs. The use of coal will decline, providing only 11% of the world's energy.
The US has added more solar power than any other type of electricity in 2018 so far — more evidence of an energy revolution
According to a new report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the US solar market added 2.5 gigawatts of new capacity so far in 2018, up 13% from the first quarter of 2017.
China is the largest investor in renewable energy, sinking $126.6 billion into the industry in 2017. Here are a few solar megaprojects that the country has developed in the past several years.
California just made a groundbreaking decision that could raise the price on new homes by $10,000 — but there’s a big payoff for homeowner...
New homes in California must now include solar panels, a move that's projected to raise home prices by around $10,500. But over time, those homeowners will see an even larger return on their investment due to energy savings.
The cost of solar power is decreasing so rapidly, it's actually cheaper than coal, based on some analyses. That shift is a sign of a potential boom in renewable energy.
There’s new evidence that fossil fuels are getting crushed in the ongoing energy battle against renewables
China is the world's largest investor in renewable energy, sinking $126.6 billion into the sector, a 31% increase over 2106.
In a reversal, FEMA says it is not ‘shutting off’ hurricane aid to Puerto Rico — see how devastated the US territory still looks on ...
Power is out for nearly half a million Puerto Ricans. FEMA said on Tuesday it was ending aid to the US territory, but on Wednesday it said a date wasn't set.