Friday, June 1, 2018


Several California cities have required that some new buildings include solar power, or have made commitments to 100 % clean energy from various sources. New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C., have also considered legislation to require that new buildings be solar-ready, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. And Hawaii is among the states that have mandated other energy-efficiency measures, like solar water heaters.

The new requirement, to take effect in two years, brings solar power into the mainstream in a way it has never been until now. Now is the time to get educated and take the lead in the solar industry. We are still in the early adoption phase and the real question here is...

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