WE SUPPORT SOLAR
WHAT IS
174K
Top 10 States by total installed capacity
21.7 MW
In terms of system size,
The leaders by sport are:

Philidelphia
Eagles
3MW

San Francisco
Giants
12kW

Las Angeles
Lakers and Clipers
364kW

Las Angeles
Kings
364kW

Pocono
Raceway
3MW

New England
Revolution
1MW
THESE SAVVY COMPANIES ARE MOVING TO SOLAR BECAUSE IT'S COST EFFECTIVE AND HELPS OUR ENVIRONMENT.
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NEWS
  • IKEA’s new Kansas store has state’s largest solar rooftop array
    Solar Power World – IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer and top 10 corporate solar user, announced it had officially plugged-in Kansas’ largest rooftop solar array, atop the recently opened IKEA Merriam. The 92,000-square-foot solar array consists of a 730.17-kW DC system, comprised of 2,394 panels, and will produce approximately 986,800 kWh of electricity annually for the store, the equivalent of reducing 680 tons of carbon dioxide – equal to the emissions of 143 cars or providing electricity for 94 homes yearly.
  • Michelle Obama: Tech industry commits to train, hire 90K military vets, spouses over 5 years
    Associated Press – To make sure there's a job waiting for veterans when they leave the military, the Solar Energy Industries Association is pledging to hire or train 33,000 veterans and spouses over the next five years, First Lady Michelle Obama said.
  • Growth of Solar Energy Another Reason to Celebrate Earth Day
    Renewable Energy World – In celebration of the 45th annual Earth Day, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) plans to mark the historic occasion every 2.5 minutes of every hour of the day, as a new solar installation is completed in America. What’s more, new figures from the U.S. Solar Market Insight 2014 Year in Review show a record amount of solar energy coming online over the next 20 months, greatly benefitting the environment, writes Rhone Resch, president and CEO of SEIA.
  • Utility-scale solar capacity now over one percent
    FierceEnergy – "The U.S. solar market continues to show dramatic growth," Ken Johnson with the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) told FierceEnergy. "We currently have 20 gigawatts (GW) of installed capacity nationwide, and we expect that number to double by the end of 2016. That's enough clean solar energy to power more than 8 million homes."
  • Solar energy is making strides in Midwest
    Springfield News-Leader – "What’s happening in the heartland of America is going almost unnoticed. But it shouldn’t. Solar is beginning to grow like a prairie fire across the Midwest. In a wide area stretching from Missouri to Ohio, the heavily traveled Interstate 70 corridor, solar is beginning to catch on in a big way. Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio have a combined total of nearly 400 megawatts (MW) of installed solar capacity — enough to power about 80,000 homes.
  • Is Solar Energy Ready To Compete With Oil And Other Fossil Fuels?
    Nasdaq – Things are changing fast and, according to data from SEIA, the cost of an average PV system in the U.S. is declining each year at a rate of 11 percent. In fact, the average price of a PV panel has dropped by 63 percent since the third quarter of 2010.
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9 OUT OF 10 AMERICANS SUPPORT SOLAR - 2015 GALLUP POLL