Sunvago found that solar homes carried a $37,250 premium to non-solar homes or 6.7% of the the home value. This gives us confidence that the market is valuing solar systems at or above their net cost.
Casey Anderson looks at the effect New York's NY-Sun initiative has had on the solar industry in the state. He found 800% growth statewide since 2011 with several regions growing more than 1,000%.
Casey Anderson looks at the competitive market in residential rooftop solar. Today, nearly half of all installers are competing with 20 or more companies for business.
Residential solar installations in November decreased 8% from November of 2015. The slowdown is due to a number of factors, including high solar penetration in certain areas and the election.
Sunvago looks at the state of the New York solar market through six charts. Everything from price per watt to fastest growing cities is looked at.
Sunvago looks at the state of the California solar market through six charts. Everything from price per watt to inverter marketshare is looked at.
Jim Petersen of PetersenDean looks at how advanced battery storage along with smart software can offer solar-equipped homes a better way.
Residential solar acquisition costs have been increasing, partially driven by high levels of penetration. But costs are expected to decrease in the long-term.
Roy L Hales of The ECO Report looks at Germany's renewable energy revolution called Energiewende. He notes that while solar installations have declined, wind has dramatically increased.