Foreign Solar Panel Tariff Already Impacting Bay Area Installers
Total Solar Eclipse To Impact Solar Energy ResourcesThe California Public Utilities Commission is asking everyone to reduce energy use during the solar eclipse.
Woman Injured In 2-Alarm Sunnyvale FireA woman received minor burns in a 2-alarm fire that heavily damaged a Sunnyvale home Saturday night.
San Francisco Legislation Aims To Add Green Roofs To New BuildingsSan Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener introduced legislation that would allow developers to substitute a "green roof" for solar panels on new construction.
Ohlone Burial Ground Possibly Disturbed By South Bay Solar Panel ProjectA solar panel project in the South Bay may have disturbed a Native American burial site.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
San Francisco Is First Major U.S. City To Require Solar Panels On New BuildingsSan Francisco became the first major city in the country to approve legislation requiring solar panels on new buildings.
San Francisco May Require Solar Panels On All New BuildingsThe renewable energy ordinance would make San Francisco the first and only major city in the country to require the installation of solar panels on new buildings.
Google 'Project Sunroof' Tells You If Solar Rooftop Panels Are A Good DealGoogle's new online service tells homeowners whether they should consider buying or leasing solar photovoltaic panels.
Let Your Career Shine With A Job In The Solar Panel IndustryThe future is bright for people looking for work in the solar panel industry. Jill Schlesinger has more.
California's Cap-And-Trade Money Helping Put Solar Panels On Low-Income HomesA new program in California is aiming to put pricey solar panels within reach of low-income families.
SolarCity, Nest Join Forces To Get More Homeowners To Install Solar Panels, Smart ThermostatsCalifornia already leads the nation in home solar installations, but now there's a deal that could literally put sales through the roof.