In California, the Public Utilities Commission has proposed an extension to California’s Net Metering program, which gives grid-connected solar customers financial credit for the energy they feed back into the grid. Here's what this means for the future of solar and home batteries.
The facts are clear: the grid is vulnerable, but you don’t have to be. Here’s what you need to know about Ted Koppel’s perspective on grid vulnerability, and how you can keep your household out of the dark with your own energy storage in the form of a home battery.
John Perlin’s new book, Let it Shine: The 6000-Year Story of Solar Energy lets us in on the rich and fascinating history of humanity’s use of the sun as a source of power. In a world that is reaching a major turning point in the way we generate and use energy, learning about the history of solar energy can help educate and direct the future of the solar energy growth.