New England is Emerging as a Testing Ground for Agrivoltaics
Engaging farms in a dual-use economy to help spur the development of community solar is a relatively new way of thinking about how to make our farms and our energy supply more sustainable.
MaineHealth Commits to Solar Power for Half of its Energy Needs
The state's largest health care system has signed deals with 3 solar developers and says it expects to save $1 million a year in electricity costs.
Feeding Families in Need: Renewable Energy Companies Enter the Mix
As U.S. food assistance programs grapple with overwhelming demand during the coronavirus pandemic, some in New England are finding support from unusual partners—renewable energy companies.
How the Seasons Affect Community Solar
What you need to know about how summer and winter affect solar production and your community solar savings
Webinar: Advancing Sustainable Solar Policy
Part III in a series of collaborative virtual panels with BlueWave and the American Farmland Trust on best practices for creating policies in support of dual-use solar development.
BlueWave's Anti-Racist Action Plan
A Letter from our Co-Founder and Chairman, John DeVillars