Earlier this month, leaders from nations across the world gathered in Glasgow, Scotland to discuss a critical subject: climate change. While COP26 was originally scheduled for last fall, due to COVID-19, it was pushed out to this year. But, there were still some notable figures missing from the summit: President Xi Jinping of China, President Vladimir Putin of Russia, and President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil all decided to skip the trek to Scotland this year. Although some have deemed the conference a success, others have noted that while it contained many promises, it lacked plans for concrete actions. So, what were some of these key initiatives discussed at COP26?Continue reading
Now that summer is officially here with radiant sunlight in full array, solar homeowners across the U.S. are watching their electricity bills disappear. The first autonomous solar boat’s journey across the Atlantic, a major clean energy finance agreement between the U.S. and India and an unlikely solar testimonial from BP leadership are the top headlines from this week’s Solar Energy News report.Continue reading
2016 is poised to be the best year yet for solar. At some time during the next few months, the U.S. will reach a milestone of one million solar homes, and industry experts predict that this solar momentum will continue throughout the year. If you’ve been thinking about installing a solar energy system, 2016 is the year to go for it. Read on to find out why we’re now beginning the Year of Solar.
2015 was the biggest year in recent memory for the U.S. solar industry. In this post, we highlight the top three things that made 2015 so significant, plus three things that EnergySage is looking forward to in 2016.Continue reading
This week has seen some of the most exciting developments for solar in 2015. Read on to learn more about all of the solar energy news for the week of December 14, 2015.Continue reading
After two long weeks of negotiations in Paris, 195 nations finally reached consensus on a United Nations climate change agreement. EnergySage has been tracking developments around the negotiations in the weeks leading up to Paris. Now, we’re breaking down the deal and what exactly it means for the future of solar.