Bay Area Sunshares Program

The Bay Area has been the forefront in leading the nation in local programs to help cities, local businesses, and residents with options to go green. The Bay Area Sunshares program pools the buying power of the participating cities and employers, to receive bulk discounts for installing new solar systems, and receive discounts on select […]

Have a Green & Sustainable Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving around the corner, there’s lots to be thankful for. This is a great time to reflect on our blessings and spend time with your loved ones, friends and family. This holiday season we encourage everyone to celebrate in a way that keeps your family healthy, honors creation and minimizes your carbon footprint.  Here […]

The Fleet of the Future goes Solar

If you’re from the Bay Area, your very familiar with the Bay Area Rapid Transit system, also known as BART. BART is the local transit station that connects the Bay Area, currently from four major points, Pittsburg/Bay Point, Dublin/Pleasanton, Richmond and to SFO, with plans to expand to Antioch and the South Bay. BART is […]

Silicon Valley leading the world in today’s technology and sustainable workplaces

With Silicon Valley leading the world in today’s technology, one of its most notable tech companies Apple, recently released it’s latest advancement in mobile devices, the iPhone 7. This tech conglomerate is not only ahead of it’s time with it’s mobile and computing technology, but also proves to be a big supporter of creating a […]

Solar power makes its way to 12 Campbell schools this summer

As Solar power continues to grow in our homes and into commercial buildings, our bay area education system is also making strides for greener living. The Campbell Union School District is looking to the sun to bring down its long-term energy costs. While educating more than 7,600 students, from preschool to eighth grade, the award-winning schools serve families […]

Bay Area Pledge to Use 100% Renewable Energy

There is a growing trend with cities in the US to switch and use renewable energy. While some cities pledge to do 20 – 30%, Bay Area cities like San Francisco, San Jose, San Rafael and Palo Alto all implemented a plan to go 100% renewable energy. Mayor Ed Lee of San Francisco says, “We […]

Seize Every Sunray

With Spring in full bloom and Summer being right around the corner, now is the time to bask in the beautiful weather and sunny days ahead. Educating yourself on the biggest star in our galaxy, and how much power we can harness from the sun, might make you see things in a different “light.” The […]

Debunking Myths About Solar

Debunking Myths About Solar Homeowners are starting to see a trend with solar. Even though it’s been around since the 1960’s as a way to harness the sun and generate power, there are still many questions and myths about the technology, and it’s capabilities. You may have heard some of these myths, and it may […]

Green Energy Generators and How It’s Stored

There are several ways energy is produced. The most common are gas, oil and coal. With the growing concern of depleting these non-renewable energy sources, many people are always looking into greener ways to produce energy. There are a couple types of green power generators, known as wind and solar that can provide energy solutions […]