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September | 2011 | Solar Energy USA Blog Archive


Don’t Miss The Georgia Solar Tour!

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/29/2011

The Georgia Solar Tour is both an in-person and online tour of solar installation sites in Georgia…


Google Announces Solar Finance Fund

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/27/2011

The world’s largest internet search engine company is investing more money in solar energy…


Solar News Blitz!

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/26/2011

There have been many recent solar energy project announcements made regarding US commercial solar energy systems…


North Georgia Community To Celebrate Local Solar Install

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/22/2011

The North Georgia community will celebrate a ribbon cutting and switch throwing event to fire up a new photovoltaic (PV) solar energy system installed…


Discussion Spells Out Future Of Sustainable Transportation

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/20/2011

Renewable forms of transportation including compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and electric vehicles (EVs)…


Solar Growth Jeopardized By Loss Of Tax Incentives

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/20/2011

Driven by both state and federal tax incentives, the solar industry gained twice as many jobs as it did two years ago..


Renewable Energy In The USA

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/13/2011

Solar energy is a type of renewable energy….


Year Long Solar Powered Trip Ends Soon

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/11/2011

The world’s first 100% solar powered boat voyage is almost finished. With it’s 1 year trek around the globe, the team from PlanetSolar…


GA Power acknowledges solar as a more prominent power source

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/07/2011

Georgia Power, the largest power provider in the state of Georgia, began accepting bids today for it’s future solar power plant project. Because of this decreased cost of a solar…


Energy Efficient Tips For Incorporating Solar Energy In Your Home

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 09/05/2011

When incorporating solar energy into your home, the main decision is to create energy so that you become less dependent on nonrenewable fuel sources…