• Giving Clean Energy to Those Who Need It Most

    A low income working family living in the United States spends five to fifteen percent of their income on energy bills.  This amount is much higher than the percentage spent Read More »

  • Survey: Modified JEDI Solar PV Model

    The Solar Foundation (TSF), under the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership, is in the process of contracting with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to develop a modified Read More »

  • Veterans In Solar

    As the number of unemployed veterans increases, the government has been looking for new ways to provide jobs to retired military personnel reintegrating into civilian life.  With the Department of Read More »

  • Brighter Future: K-12 Solar Schools

    When school budgets get tough, the tough get going. Going solar, that is. Take for example Drury High School, a small public school of about 600 students located in the Read More »