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Oregon Residential Tax Credit Expiring

For anyone contemplating the notion of “going solar”, it might be best to move fast. Why? Recent revelations in solar news indicate that the residential solar tax credit of $6,000 in Oregon is going to be disappearing by the end...

The Netherland’s Solar Sound Barriers

In the Netherlands, a Dutch highway is giving traditional solar panels an exciting new twist. Instead of dark and semi-ugly slabs on top of a building, these solar panels are colorful, upright and can also...

Rooftop Solar Prices May Be Set to Soar

Solar news may soon report massive declines in solar installation jobs across the country if the Trump Administration has its way. While tariffs imposed on foreign imports are usually reported in the financial news, the...

Roll Up Solar – A Bright Future Ahead

The timing couldn’t be better. In light of recent natural weather disasters in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and Florida, it’s become obvious that logistical challenges in providing power to afflicted areas needs to be overcome quickly, efficiently...

Competition among residential solar loans

It’s rare that solar news takes a front and center position in the financial segment of the daily news but that is exactly what is happening with a new kind of financing. Like any...
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