News Release | Environment America

180 U.S. Mayors Call for Use of Solar Power

A bipartisan group of 180 U.S. mayors, representing cities large and small in 42 states, are speaking out in support of solar energy.

News Release | Environment America

New guide offers U.S. mayors 10 ways cities can go solar

With millions of available rooftops, rising public demand for renewable energy, and much-improved storage technology, America’s cities are resolving local air pollution and power generation issues by switching to solar power.

A 21st century State of the Union should present a vision for a clean energy future

By | Ross Sherman
Campaign for 100% Renewable Energy, Digital Organizer

According to the White House, President Trump’s State of the Union address will discuss the challenges of the coming year in an optimistic, forward-looking and bipartisan manner. We support that notion wholeheartedly, but we’re also mindful of his past rhetoric.

News Release | Environment America

70 U.S. Mayors Embrace Solar and Call for Strong Policies

70 U.S. mayors, representing cities from sea to shining sea, are calling for solar energy to power their communities. A statement released today by Environment America includes mayors from cities ranging from South Miami, Fla., to Traverse City, Mich., who agree on the need to tap into clean energy from the sun.

News Release | Environment America

More than 30,000 Americans Call on Secretary Perry to Stop Blocking Clean Energy

Today, Environment America delivered a message from 33,923 supporters in all 50 states urging Energy Secretary Rick Perry to back off on his proposals to get the federal government to intervene on behalf of old, dirty energy sources at the expense of cleaner, more affordable clean energy options.

Today in the Northern Hemisphere, we experience the longest day of the year, when the sun showers our half of the world with bright and powerful rays of light.

News Release | Environment America

Solar accounts for 30 percent of new energy in U.S. so far this year

A new analysis released today by SEIA/GTM Research shows that solar remains a growing part America’s energy mix so far in 2017, accounting for 30 percent of new energy capacity installed.

After nearly a year and a half of uncertainty, Nevada residents may once again be able to take advantage of rooftop solar energy.

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