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Dodge dependence on a monopoly utility with solar

If I say to you, “monopoly” what does it conjure? A seemingly-endless game based on money and power, and moving a little metal race car around a square[...]

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Find out how clean your VA legislators are

If you're a utility customer and a voter in Virginia, you may be surprised to learn that the same entity you pay your electric bill to also has the ability[...]

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Commission controversy in DC

Today, three members of the DC Council (Cheh, Allen and McDuffie) appeared in a public round table - the date and time of which was only announced last[...]

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Solar in Virginia

Northern Virginia residents and businesses are in luck. You already know this of course - it's a beautiful place to live. We prioritize education, community[...]

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The latest from the IRS on the solar tax credit

This post was originally written at the end of 2018, and some of this holds true in 2020. See more of what we know about the federal solar tax credit here.[...]

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Solar industry launches plan to cut red tape

Solar installations are beneficial, safe and a good complement to the buildings that incorporate them.

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Battery backup is there when a grid outage hits

Disruptive, dangerous extreme weather can strike any season, any year, and just about any time. For residents and businesses looking to deal with the risk[...]

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Solar Market Saving Costs For Utilities

 

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U.S. Tech Companies Need Solar

As the necessity in today’s economy to generate rapid outputs of information increases, the data center industry has been growing with it.

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DC City Council Moves To Open Up Local Energy Market

We follow local DC policy and its implications for affordable commercial and residential solar in Washington. Earlier this year members of the D.C.’s City[...]

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