Forget owning a solar panel, buy a stake in one instead

      SmartPlanet Daily September 30, 2013 Your must-read morning briefing from SmartPlanet, delivered five days a week.   From the Desk of … Over the weekend, SmartPlanet switched to a format in which all weekly feature stories will be published and ready for perusal by Sunday morning. This daily newsletter …

Solar Philanthropy? Five Groups Using Solar to End Energy Poverty

Approximately 1.3 billion people live without regular access to energy. People are forced to use fuels that pollute and cause respiratory illnesses, like kerosene and biomass, and spend long hours time collecting fuel. It is a glo… Full Article First Solar Road to Profits Amid Red for Global Industry by …

From Our Solar Energy Advisor, Leslie Danziger, signs of true cost Prices!

What Happens When Solar Power Is as Cheap as Coal http://www.fastcompany.com/1745113/what-happens-when-solar-power-is-as-cheap-as-coal Referenced Bloomberg Article: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-04-05/solar-energy-costs-may-already-rival-coal-spurring-installation-boom.html Solar Power May Already Rival Coal, Prompting Installation Surge By Ehren Goossens – Apr 6, 2011 Solar panel installations may surge in the next two years as the cost of generating electricity from the sun …

Solar Power May Already Rival Coal, Prompting Installation Surge

Solar Power May Already Rival Coal, Prompting Installation Surge Q By Ehren Goossens – Apr 6, 2011 12:00 AM ET April 6 (Bloomberg) — Katrina Landis, chief executive officer of BP Plc’s alternative-energy unit, discusses the outlook for the London-based company’s investments in clean energy. Landis spoke yesterday with Erik …

Solar Power May Already Rival Coal, Prompting Installation Surge

An article from Bloomberg Solar Power May Already Rival Coal, Prompting Installation Surge Q By Ehren Goossens – Apr 6, 2011 12:00 AM ET Solar panel installations may surge in the next two years as the cost of generating electricity from the sun rivals coal-fueled plants, industry executives and analysts …