Environmental activists are launching a tour of Massachusetts to press Beacon Hill lawmakers and Gov. Charlie Baker to lift limits on a key program designed to encourage solar power use in the state.
Limits on “net-metering” are proving controversial.
Mass DOT is leasing 10 parcels of land next to state highways to a private firm that will build and operate small solar farms on Massachusetts sites, potentially saving the state millions in energy costs.
Owners of electric vehicles have already gone gas-free. Now, a growing number are powering their cars with sunlight.
Have you seen a field of solar panels somewhere in Massachusetts lately? You’re not alone.
The popularity of the green movement seems to be growing and with so many people becoming involved, new inventions are consistently being developed to promote sustainable living. Learn about the latest inventions from the past decade that are helping to promote green living.
Bostonians are passionate about taking action to prevent the severe climate change, and one very important way to do so is by choosing renewable energy sources.
There are several cost-effective options in Boston for energy sustainability that achieve real results.
The city of New Bedford says it will install solar panels on municipal properties as part of an initiative it says will eventually generate enough power to run 1,500 homes.
The Energy Department’s Solar Decathlon features full-sized homes built on the National Mall in Washington.