Support BRITA CLIMATE RIDE 03/23/2011 Ashley Hunt-Martorano, Renewable Energy Long Island (reLI) Program Director, is taking dramatic action to raise awareness of our climate crisis and renewable energy by riding her bike 300 miles from NYC to D.C. May 13-17 as part of Brita Climate Ride! Less than a year ago we saw oil gush into the Gulf Of Mexico and 29 coal miners in Ashley’s home state of West Virginia killed in an explosion. Just last week Japan was sent into panic because of explosions at nuclear facilities. Support Ashley’s Climate Ride – Support Clean and Safe Energy! Ashley needs to personally raise $2,400 to be allowed to participate! Help support this worthy cause and make a donation in her name. Your tax deductible donations go to support and can be made online by visiting or via mailed check at Related Links Donations can be made at: Visit

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Sun-soaked Florida has seen some of the fastest growth in the adoption of rooftop solar. One of the drivers of this adoption is the availability of net metering, a powerful incentive to help solar homeowners and commercial businesses save money.   What Is Net Metering?  Net metering is a process that allows homeowners with a grid-connected […]

In the chilly embrace of winter, the question often arises: Do solar panels still work effectively in the winter months? The answer is a resounding yes. Despite the challenges posed by reduced daylight hours and potential snow cover, solar panels continue to generate electricity. In fact, solar panels thrive in colder temperatures. The semiconductor nature […]

With home electricity prices skyrocketing (+11% from June 2022 to June 2023 in New York), there has never been a better time to take control of your energy costs with a solar energy system. With so much information out there, it can be confusing to navigate the different types of solar panel systems available and […]