California Commits an Additional $800 Million for Solar Power
Bill signed by exiting governor Jerry Brown adds an additional $800 million for solar and renewable energy. California Commitment to renewab
California’s Climate Change Strategy
Overview of the main pillars of California’s climate change strategy by 2030 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
How Electric Vehicles Will Affect Future Energy Needs
As a leader in the Los Angeles solar industry, Plug It In Solar is interested in the future of power consumption. As populations continue...
Wind vs. Solar Power: What Comes out on Top?
Many forms of renewable energy have become more cost effective during the last decade. The two most notable being wind and solar power....
US Capital Passes Historic Renewable Electricity Bill
In December of 2018, the Washington D.C. city council voted unanimously in favor of a bill that would legislate that power companies in...
California’s Food Production Investment Program (FPIP) Provides $57 Million to Food Processors to Cu
New California program provides $57 million for in-state food processors to cut energy and greenhouse gas emissions.