It's Not Too Cold to Insulate Yourself From Rising Energy Costs!
by David Wright
A few quick hits this month on rising energy costs this time of year, new innovations in solar, and a brief update on the impending Trump decision on foreign-made solar panels.
January 19, 2018
The Race to the Future
As December draws to a close, I’m reflecting on all of the changes that we saw in 2017 and looking forward to the possibilities of 2018. Here are a few quick hits on topics I found interestin
December 22, 2017
Solar Focus Conference in Washington, D.C
Coach Dave reflects on his recent attendance at the Solar Focus Conference in Washington, D.C. this past month.
November 17, 2017
by Taryn Tuss
The Ouachita Electric Cooperative designed a new tariff structure that is a template for any utility that wants to save their customers money through energy efficiency upgrades, without incur
October 30, 2017
Community solar progress being made in DC, Maryland, and Virginia
This month, Coach Dave has some insights on the progress being made in DC, Maryland, and Virginia respectively as it relates to community solar and low-income families.
October 23, 2017
Tracking renewable energy policy and regulatory activities in the region
Hey all! This month, I’ve been tracking a couple of policy and regulatory activities regarding renewable energy in the region. I’ll provide a quick briefing here; feel free to reach out with
September 14, 2017
Switch & Share: What it means and why it matters
Many of the commercial customers who have switched have switched to 100% clean wind power with Groundswell saved an average of about 20% annually on electricity costs. But what does “switchin
August 15, 2017
Reflections from our participation at a recent national community solar summit in Denver, CO
by Quentin Anthony Anderson
Groundswell's Quentin Anthony Anderson reflects on his recent attendance and participation at the first annual Coalition for Community Solar Association Summit in Denver, CO this past July.
August 08, 2017
Community Solar in Maryland: An Insider’s Perspective
Groundswell's Energy Coach Dave breaks down the regulatory market in Maryland and what that means for community solar.
July 03, 2017
Community solar projects can provide fair access to affordable energy East of the River
Residents of Wards 7 and 8 in the District pay the highest energy costs per square foot in the city even though they are least able to afford it, a white paper by energy equity non-profit Gro
June 12, 2017
Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore reaffirms Groundswell's determination to continue building community power despite the recent US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord.
by Michelle Moore
June 02, 2017
Groundswell was recently selected for the Department of Energy's SunShot Initiative Solar in Your Community Challenge, a $5 million prize competition that aims to expand solar access.
May 16, 2017