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Solar Jobs Grow in Pennsylvania

LogoPennsylvania's jobs record over the last five years leaves a lot to be desired. The state's growth in the private jobs sector has fallen far behind the national average. But Pennsylvania's solar jobs sector has been a noticeable exception to this downward trend, experiencing impressive growth in recent years with the promise of even greater expansion in 2019 and beyond.

Illinois Could Be the Next State to Commit to Renewable Energy

LogoIllinois may be the next state to commit to a future 100% green energy mix. Illinois State Representative Will Davis recently introduced the "Path to 100 Act", legislation that would expand Illinois' renewable portfolio standard (RPS), driving new solar, wind and storage development and eliminating all non-renewable forms of energy within the next few decades. The act is sponsored by Sen. Bill Cunningham in the Illinois Senate.

Solar Panels in Texas...Are They Worth It

LogoWhen people imagine the ideal geography for solar panels, they will typically picture a wide-open space in a dry, desert climate under a cloudless sky. And while sunny climates can be ideal for generating solar energy, the same benefits can be achieved in a variety of locales.

A Breakdown of the Green New Deal

LogoThe longest U.S. government shutdown in history has finally ended, which means it's time for Congress to roll up their sleeves and get back to work on the pressing issues at hand. Foremost in the minds of many legislators is what has been coined the 'Green New Deal' (GND for short). The Green New Deal isn't a single piece of proposed legislation, but rather a name that refers to any of several proposed economic stimulus programs that attempt to address both economic inequality and climate change.

Green Solar Technologies Partners with Mission Solar to Support American Manufacturing

LogoGreen Solar Technologies has recently entered into a partnership with Mission Solar, a San Antonio, Texas-based solar panel manufacturing company whose products are designed, manufactured, and assembled in the United States.

Solar Roads - Are They Possible?

LogoSolar energy has been such a rousing success that it has naturally inspired innovators to explore myriad ways of producing it. Some ideas have proven rewarding while others have been less so, and a few have been, to be kind, a bit disappointing. Solar roads has unfortunately fallen into that last category.

Solar Powered Cars Are Here

LogoIt is estimated that over a billion passenger cars travel the streets and roads of the world today. And even as more people flock to urban centers and mass transit use increases, population growth causes a 3% to 4% rise in new car production every year. The vast majority of cars run on fossil fuel, consuming Earth's limited resources and spewing 333 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere annually.

Solar Powered Cars Are Here

LogoIt is estimated that over a billion passenger cars travel the streets and roads of the world today. And even as more people flock to urban centers and mass transit use increases, population growth causes a 3% to 4% rise in new car production every year. The vast majority of cars run on fossil fuel, consuming Earth's limited resources and spewing 333 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere annually.

PG&E Is Filing for Bankruptcy - Green Solar Technologies COO Edward Harner Comments

LogoWe're not even one month into the new year and PG&E, the nation's largest utility company, is confronting the greatest threat in its 114 year history. The company is facing $30 billion in potential damages for devastating wildfires that raged over northern California in 2017 and 2018, killing dozens of people and destroying thousands of homes and businesses.

2019 Will Be Green Solar Technologies' Greatest Year Yet Says COO Edward Harner

LogoWe are officially one week into 2019, and the solar industry is set to prosper.

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