News and Articles About Solar Energy
Aquila, Facebook's lightweight, high-altitude aircraft, flew at a few thousand feet for 96 minutes in Yuma, Arizona.
The success of large-scale solar has raised questions about the wisdom of continuing incentives for rooftop installations, which remain far more expensive than most other forms of electricity.
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Missouri hopes to have the first solar panel-paved stretch of U.S. highway before the end of the year.
The company might have plans to expand its farms even further to prepare for new projects, such as charging stations for the long-rumored Apple car.
The announcement marks the largest funding to date for Mosaic, which in the last two years has grown into the nation's top loan provider for residential solar installations.
To get people to make a change, sometimes it needs to be more than the right thing to do.
The solar energy company is one of the largest non-financial companies to file for bankruptcy protection in the past decade.
The new solar farm near Epcot spans 22 acres and joins a family of mouse-shaped environmental projects.
Solar-powered jackets? Motion-Powered fabric? Clothes aren't just for covering up anymore.
A look at the future of green architecture.
A controversial ruling regarding solar energy in Nevada challenges business leaders on ethics, the environment and corporate social responsibility.
The battle over rooftop solar heats up in Nevada, a state that has long been friendly to the clean energy technology.
The database will tell you what you're likely to save in energy costs and will also put you in touch with a local installer.
The Solar Impulse 2 will continue its 12-leg journey in April of next year.