Yeloha, a Boston startup, hopes to grow the market for solar power by aggregating rooftop panel owners and solar-power buyers. The pitch: It can save both sides money by taking advantage of clean-energy credits on electric bills, which essentially let the meter spin backward.More →
The next time you visit Toscanini’s ice cream shop in Central Square, you can get a cup or cone, and also charge your phone. This morning, the sweet shop was the first location in Cambridge to have a Soofa solar-powered bench installed outside its storefront. It’s one of eleven that will be placed throughout the city in the coming week.More →
Boston’s Next Step Living has launched a new way for some Massachusetts residents to have their electricity supplied via solar energy. The company has announced a program to harness the power (and savings) of solar without having to install solar panels on their home or property.