I don’t need to say much about the graphic below. The total amount of solar electricity capacity installed in the U.S. is nearly doubling each year. This is truly an exciting time to be involved in the solar industry! Considering that Germany with a much lower solar resource availability has over FIVE TIMES the installed solar electric capacity of the U.S. and over TWENTY TIMES per capita, there is a lot of room to grow still!  Read More →

This Washington Post article reports that the White House is installing solar panels this week. That’s a great move, and a great statement. I wonder if the Obama’s are eligible for the 30% Federal Tax Credit on the purchase. 🙂 I did notice one interesting point in the statement made by the unnamed White House official. They said that the  solar panels are being installed as part of an overall retrofit to make the building more efficient. I’m one of those annoying people that insists on always being accurate and correcting people that make minor factual, grammatical, and technical misstatements.1 The point I want toRead More →