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 →
Joule Unlimited is one of those clean-energy companies that sounds like it’s on the verge of changing the world: its genetically engineered bacteria can produce ethanol or diesel from nothing more than sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide.
Getting that idea from lab experiment to full-scale factory, however, has not been easy.More →
SolarCity, a designer and installer of solar power systems whose chairman is tech luminary Elon Musk, is looking to add another 100 jobs in Massachusetts after adding 150 here since the start of the year, Jon Chesto reported for the Boston Business Journal today.More →