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The California Public Utilities Commission rejected a new rate proposal plan from southern California utility company San Diego Gas & Electric Co. that could have hit homes with solar power systems hard.

Residents of the Pacific Northwest could be on their way toward generating a great deal of renewable electricity from geothermal energy.

More often than not, only relatively well-off people have been willing to invest in solar power installation in years past.

With less than two weeks to go before Super Bowl XLVI, the country’s eyes are fixed firmly on Indianapolis, the site of this year’s NFL championship.

Illinois to see more solar from ComEd - Monday, January 23, 2012

After slow development in the state’s solar market, some northern Illinois residents could finally be drawing renewable electricity directly from the sun.

Dow brings solar shingles to Colorado - Friday, January 20, 2012

Homeowners in Colorado now have an opportunity to invest in solar power systems unlike anywhere else in the country.

New York City hopes to become the next big center for solar electricity, with a new program designed to promote solar power installations on buildings across the city.

Duke Energy announce don Monday, January 16, the opening of the newest and largest solar power plant in the state of North Carolina.

The Los Angeles city government has suggested a means of reducing business electricity costs while also providing green electricity.

New Jersey residents who are interested in adding a solar installation could get some support from one of the state’s regulatory agencies.