This week on The Energy Gang: the pathway to electrifying homes and why the current home efficiency paradigm sucks.by Stephen Lacey
The way that energy is generated and consumed around the world is undergoing rapid change, bringing with it a growing instability in supply. While there are many worst-case scenarios in the world of crisis management, an energy-related failure ranks among the most frequent and most damaging, and yet it remains one of the least prepared for.
Except for Hawaii, every solar market in the U.S. is still tapping into the ‘innovator’ and ‘early adopter’ population. Even in California, residential solar has yet to ‘cross the chasm’ and reach mainstream consumers.
Energy Has a Diversity Problem. We’re Calling on the Solar Industry to Fix It
Solar is no longer a fledgling industry. It’s more important than ever to improve diversity in hiring, say NAACP’s Rosemary Lytle and Vote Solar’s Melanie Santiago-Mosier.by Rosemary Lytle and Melanie Santiago-Mosier