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SOLAR INDUSTRY NEWS

In the Plug It In Solar blog you will find articles related to the solar industry, updates on what is happening at Plug It In Solar and informational articles about everything solar. You will also find helpful tips on how to manage your solar panels, battery system and how to utilize your solar system to the max. 

November 28, 2018

Whether you’re a homeowner, an environmental activist, or simply a concerned citizen, you’ve likely come across the term “carbon footprint” before. Most people intuitively grasp that a small carbon footprint is better than a big one, but why does its size— or lack ther...

November 19, 2018

New Solar Farm Will Power Two Parks in Disney World


What does Disney and Plug It In Solar have in common? Solar panels.
Mickey and friends have been busy this year by building 518,000 solar panel modules on 270 acres of land located near Disney World in Orlando with ex...

November 14, 2018

The solar industry keeps on growing, and that means jobs in the solar field have been growing alongside it. In this article we are taking a look at the past, present, and future of solar industry job growth — both within California and the United States...

November 9, 2018

Renewable Energy to Hit Critical Mass by 2035


A new report published by Wood Mackenzie, a global consulting firm specializing in oil and gas, estimates that renewable energy will hit critical mass by 2035 thanks to a global energy transition which is well underway. Plu...

November 5, 2018

The United States leads the world in solar capacity thanks to the impressive renewable energy efforts of a few individual states. California, the nation’s biggest state, may take the cake, but dozens of other states are also making a big impact with solar energy.

November 2, 2018

With less than 2-months left in this year’s hurricane season, you might be wondering how solar panels hold up against these storms.

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