The leading hands-on publication for the renewable energy enthusiast.
For information on financial incentives for different states.
This link could help you find financing for your system, if you need it.
Comprehensive RE website from the Department of Energy.
National Renewable Energy Lab
A national organization dedicated to advancing the use of solar energy for the benefit of U.S. citizens and the global environment. ASES promotes the widespread near- and long-term use of solar energy.
The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) is a collaboration of utilities, energy service providers and the photovoltaic industry working together to create and encourage commercial use of new solar electric power business models.
The Solarbuzz site offers links to recent news stories and other relevant information for the global solar industry
SEIA, the Solar Energy Industries Association, is the national trade group for commercial enterprises involved in solar energy.
Brings you Oregon’s SolWest Fair and renewable energy workshops, & informs and educates on the topics of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Web site is devoted to promote photovoltaic applications and technologies. History, technologies and applications of photovoltaic systems are presented here.
Solar Electric Light Fund is a non-profit that promotes energy self-sufficiency in developing countries. The site has great links to
information on solar education in the U.S. (in their Links/Resources section).
Bill Martin Net Zero Carbon Home
A quick primer on how the heck solar electric panels actually work.