U.S. Solar Photovoltaic Module Shipments Increase Over Last Year
03 September 2021

U.S. Solar Photovoltaic Module Shipments Increase Over Last Year

Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, U.S shipments of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules reached a record high of 21.8 million peak kilowatts in 2020 – 5.4 million peak kilowatts more than in 2019, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Annual Solar Photovoltaic Module Shipments Report.
Solar could be 40% of U.S. power by 2035 -Biden administration
17 August 2021

Solar could be 40% of U.S. power by 2035 -Biden administration

Solar could supply more than 40% of the nation's electricity by 2035 - up from 3% today - if Congress adopts policies like tax credits for renewable energy projects and component factories, according to a memo published on Tuesday by the Department of Energy.
RAISE the Roof Act proposes to add necessary roof replacements, integrated solar systems to ITC
03 August 2021

RAISE the Roof Act proposes to add necessary roof replacements, integrated solar systems to ITC

House Representatives Mikie Sherill (NJ-11) and Bill Pascrell, Jr. (NJ-09) today introduced the Revamping Appropriate Incentives for Solar Energy for (RAISE) the Roof Act, which would allow full roof installations using integrated solar systems to take advantage of the investment tax credit (ITC). Senator Jon Ossoff (GA) also introduced companion legislation in the Senate today.
GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 20 Solar Contractors in the United States
23 July 2021

GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 20 Solar Contractors in the United States

GreenBrilliance LLC, one of the pioneering solar solution providers in tri-state (DMV) Virginia, Maryland, D.C., and Pennsylvania, has been recognized among the Top 20 Solar Contractors in the United States.
U.S. seeks to speed rooftop solar growth with instant permits
15 July 2021

U.S. seeks to speed rooftop solar growth with instant permits

The Biden administration on Thursday will roll out a tool that enables instant local permitting of rooftop solar installations, addressing a major source of industry delays and possibly lowering costs for homeowners, the Energy Department said.
GreenBrilliance launches operations in Pennsylvania
18 May 2021

GreenBrilliance launches operations in Pennsylvania

GreenBrilliance LLC, a leading solar solution provider which is already present in tri-state DMV – DC, Maryland, and Virginia, has expanded its operations to the state of Pennsylvania.
GreenBrilliance launches first-of-its-kind quality initiative for solar – Solar32Certified<sup>TM</sup>
18 March 2021

GreenBrilliance launches first-of-its-kind quality initiative for solar – Solar32CertifiedTM

GreenBrilliance LLC, a leading solar solution provider in tri-state DMV – DC, Maryland, and Virginia, has introduced a first-of-its-kind quality rating system called Solar32CertifiedTM. It is a comprehensive quality control procedure that validates solar solutions on 32 distinct aspects.
Solar energy is now the most cost-effective way to add electricity
03 February 2021

Solar energy is now the most cost-effective way to add electricity

The cost of solar energy is expected to continue to decline and the market to expand even without the help of government subsidies and environmental initiatives, states the report.
The 10 Ways Renewable Energy’s Boom Year Will Shape 2021
06 January 2021

The 10 Ways Renewable Energy’s Boom Year Will Shape 2021

Even after Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on almost everything else, the new year begins with surging growth for renewable energy. “2020 was the year of positive surprises for the environment in a way that very few saw coming,” says Jeff McDermott, head of Nomura Greentech.
High-Quality Solar Shines Bright at GreenBrilliance
23 September 2020

High-Quality Solar Shines Bright at GreenBrilliance

Founded in 2007, GreenBrilliance provides turnkey solar solutions customized for residential and commercial needs. Their goal is to help customers save on utility costs, achieve energy independence, minimize carbon footprint and contribute to a clean, green and sustainable future.
The U.S. can be powered 100% by renewable energy. How do we get there?
11 August 2020

The U.S. can be powered 100% by renewable energy. How do we get there?

A study by Stanford scholar Mark Z. Jacobson and a team of researchers at both Stanford University and the University of California at Berkley in 2015 created a road map for a 100% renewable future. Ambitious? Sure. Unlikely? Perhaps.
GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 200 Solar Contractors in the United States
28 July 2020

GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 200 Solar Contractors in the United States

GreenBrilliance LLC, one of the pioneering solar solution providers in tri-state (DMV) Virginia, Maryland and D.C., has been recognized among 2020 top solar contractors in the United States.
The Future of Virginia’s Solar Market and Its Goal to Leave No Resident Behind
08 July 2020

The Future of Virginia’s Solar Market and Its Goal to Leave No Resident Behind

Having the opportunity to power your home with solar energy has historically been a privilege. In Virginia, a typical solar installation in 2020 costs around $13,000 upfront; therefore, as a household’s income increases, so does their likelihood of having an installed solar system, according to a Stanford report.
Researchers find solar photovoltaics benefits outweigh costs
24 June 2020

Researchers find solar photovoltaics benefits outweigh costs

Over the past decade, the cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) arrays has fallen rapidly. But at the same time, the value of PV power has declined in areas that have installed significant PV generating capacity.
90% Clean Grid by 2035 Is Not Just Feasible, But Cheaper, Study Says
09 June 2020

90% Clean Grid by 2035 Is Not Just Feasible, But Cheaper, Study Says

Clean energy costs have fallen so rapidly that previously unthinkable scenarios now look like a good deal for the U.S., a new study contends.
The U.S. can get to 90% clean electricity in just 15 years
09 June 2020

The U.S. can get to 90% clean electricity in just 15 years

Until recently, climate experts projected that it wouldn’t be possible to decarbonize the electric grid until 2050—and that moving to fully renewable energy could raise the price of electricity for consumers.
In a First, Renewable Energy Is Poised to Eclipse Coal in U.S.
31 May 2020

In a First, Renewable Energy Is Poised to Eclipse Coal in U.S.

The coronavirus has pushed the coal industry to once-unthinkable lows, and the consequences for climate change are big.
Lockdowns are pushing up home electric bills, and air conditioning season is hardly here yet
26 May 2020

Lockdowns are pushing up home electric bills, and air conditioning season is hardly here yet

The COVID-19 lockdown may have saved you a bundle on gasoline and bus fare, but you’re probably spending that cash on other things — such as utility bills for your home.
US residential solar market set for ‘faster than expected’ rebound
21 May 2020

US residential solar market set for ‘faster than expected’ rebound

The US residential solar market could be rebounding from any pandemic-related slide far quicker than anticipated.
Virginia becomes the first Southern state with a goal of carbon-free energy
13 April 2020

Virginia becomes the first Southern state with a goal of carbon-free energy

The coronavirus is scrambling Virginia's budget and economy, but it didn't prevent Gov. Ralph Northam (D) from signing legislation that makes it the first Southern state with a goal of going carbon-free by 2045.
Gov. Northam Signs Virginia Clean Economy Act, Commits State to Move Towards 100% Clean Electricity
12 April 2020

Gov. Northam Signs Virginia Clean Economy Act, Commits State to Move Towards 100% Clean Electricity

Virginia has become the first southern state and the seventh in the U.S. to pass a law that commits to providing 100 percent carbon-free electricity to its citizens by mid-century.
Renewable energy wins over oil and gas in post-coronavirus world: Russell
07 April 2020

Renewable energy wins over oil and gas in post-coronavirus world: Russell

Both are a threat to your life, but you are going to deal with the imminent danger of the snake first, and then tackle the more distant but still serious fire. It's the same with the new coronavirus and climate change.
And So It Begins: World’s 11th-Biggest Economy Pitches Renewable Energy For COVID-19 Recovery
05 April 2020

And So It Begins: World’s 11th-Biggest Economy Pitches Renewable Energy For COVID-19 Recovery

The COVID-19 outbreak has provided one last opportunity for fossil fuel stakeholders to beat back the renewable energy revolution. One especially interesting example is the notorious Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline.
Virginia passes law to prevent Homeowner Associations from blocking solar
06 March 2020

Virginia passes law to prevent Homeowner Associations from blocking solar

Last week, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that prevents Homeowner Associations (HOAs) from imposing unreasonable restrictions on your right to go solar.
What are tier 1 solar panels?
01 April 2019

What are tier 1 solar panels?

All the big solar panel names usually hype the fact that they are “tier 1” solar module brands. The tiered classification was first developed to show banks which panel manufacturers were legitimate and trustworthy.
Two brand-new manufacturing names want a piece of the Made in USA solar panel market
05 November 2018

Two brand-new manufacturing names want a piece of the Made in USA solar panel market

SolSuntech is a new American solar company with a Korean history. Chairman Jang Hi-Chul and a team of engineers have spent over a decade and $7 million perfecting a new type of technology in South Korea that will disrupt the solar panel market.
GreenBrilliance to open 125-MW solar panel manufacturing plant in Maryland
03 July 2018

GreenBrilliance to open 125-MW solar panel manufacturing plant in Maryland

Virginia-based solar installer GreenBrilliance has announced plans to manufacture high-efficiency and bifacial crystalline silicon solar panels in the United States.
U.S. Solar Photovoltaic Module Shipments Increase Over Last Year
03 September 2021

U.S. Solar Photovoltaic Module Shipments Increase Over Last Year

Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, U.S shipments of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules reached a record high of 21.8 million peak kilowatts in 2020 – 5.4 million peak kilowatts more than in 2019, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Annual Solar Photovoltaic Module Shipments Report.
Solar could be 40% of U.S. power by 2035 -Biden administration
17 August 2021

Solar could be 40% of U.S. power by 2035 -Biden administration

Solar could supply more than 40% of the nation's electricity by 2035 - up from 3% today - if Congress adopts policies like tax credits for renewable energy projects and component factories, according to a memo published on Tuesday by the Department of Energy.
RAISE the Roof Act proposes to add necessary roof replacements, integrated solar systems to ITC
03 August 2021

RAISE the Roof Act proposes to add necessary roof replacements, integrated solar systems to ITC

House Representatives Mikie Sherill (NJ-11) and Bill Pascrell, Jr. (NJ-09) today introduced the Revamping Appropriate Incentives for Solar Energy for (RAISE) the Roof Act, which would allow full roof installations using integrated solar systems to take advantage of the investment tax credit (ITC). Senator Jon Ossoff (GA) also introduced companion legislation in the Senate today.
U.S. seeks to speed rooftop solar growth with instant permits
15 July 2021

U.S. seeks to speed rooftop solar growth with instant permits

The Biden administration on Thursday will roll out a tool that enables instant local permitting of rooftop solar installations, addressing a major source of industry delays and possibly lowering costs for homeowners, the Energy Department said.
Solar energy is now the most cost-effective way to add electricity
03 February 2021

Solar energy is now the most cost-effective way to add electricity

The cost of solar energy is expected to continue to decline and the market to expand even without the help of government subsidies and environmental initiatives, states the report.
The 10 Ways Renewable Energy’s Boom Year Will Shape 2021
06 January 2021

The 10 Ways Renewable Energy’s Boom Year Will Shape 2021

Even after Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on almost everything else, the new year begins with surging growth for renewable energy. “2020 was the year of positive surprises for the environment in a way that very few saw coming,” says Jeff McDermott, head of Nomura Greentech.
The U.S. can be powered 100% by renewable energy. How do we get there?
11 August 2020

The U.S. can be powered 100% by renewable energy. How do we get there?

A study by Stanford scholar Mark Z. Jacobson and a team of researchers at both Stanford University and the University of California at Berkley in 2015 created a road map for a 100% renewable future. Ambitious? Sure. Unlikely? Perhaps.
The Future of Virginia’s Solar Market and Its Goal to Leave No Resident Behind
08 July 2020

The Future of Virginia’s Solar Market and Its Goal to Leave No Resident Behind

Having the opportunity to power your home with solar energy has historically been a privilege. In Virginia, a typical solar installation in 2020 costs around $13,000 upfront; therefore, as a household’s income increases, so does their likelihood of having an installed solar system, according to a Stanford report.
Researchers find solar photovoltaics benefits outweigh costs
24 June 2020

Researchers find solar photovoltaics benefits outweigh costs

Over the past decade, the cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) arrays has fallen rapidly. But at the same time, the value of PV power has declined in areas that have installed significant PV generating capacity.
90% Clean Grid by 2035 Is Not Just Feasible, But Cheaper, Study Says
09 June 2020

90% Clean Grid by 2035 Is Not Just Feasible, But Cheaper, Study Says

Clean energy costs have fallen so rapidly that previously unthinkable scenarios now look like a good deal for the U.S., a new study contends.
The U.S. can get to 90% clean electricity in just 15 years
09 June 2020

The U.S. can get to 90% clean electricity in just 15 years

Until recently, climate experts projected that it wouldn’t be possible to decarbonize the electric grid until 2050—and that moving to fully renewable energy could raise the price of electricity for consumers.
In a First, Renewable Energy Is Poised to Eclipse Coal in U.S.
31 May 2020

In a First, Renewable Energy Is Poised to Eclipse Coal in U.S.

The coronavirus has pushed the coal industry to once-unthinkable lows, and the consequences for climate change are big.
Lockdowns are pushing up home electric bills, and air conditioning season is hardly here yet
26 May 2020

Lockdowns are pushing up home electric bills, and air conditioning season is hardly here yet

The COVID-19 lockdown may have saved you a bundle on gasoline and bus fare, but you’re probably spending that cash on other things — such as utility bills for your home.
US residential solar market set for ‘faster than expected’ rebound
21 May 2020

US residential solar market set for ‘faster than expected’ rebound

The US residential solar market could be rebounding from any pandemic-related slide far quicker than anticipated.
Virginia becomes the first Southern state with a goal of carbon-free energy
13 April 2020

Virginia becomes the first Southern state with a goal of carbon-free energy

The coronavirus is scrambling Virginia's budget and economy, but it didn't prevent Gov. Ralph Northam (D) from signing legislation that makes it the first Southern state with a goal of going carbon-free by 2045.
Gov. Northam Signs Virginia Clean Economy Act, Commits State to Move Towards 100% Clean Electricity
12 April 2020

Gov. Northam Signs Virginia Clean Economy Act, Commits State to Move Towards 100% Clean Electricity

Virginia has become the first southern state and the seventh in the U.S. to pass a law that commits to providing 100 percent carbon-free electricity to its citizens by mid-century.
Renewable energy wins over oil and gas in post-coronavirus world: Russell
07 April 2020

Renewable energy wins over oil and gas in post-coronavirus world: Russell

Both are a threat to your life, but you are going to deal with the imminent danger of the snake first, and then tackle the more distant but still serious fire. It's the same with the new coronavirus and climate change.
And So It Begins: World’s 11th-Biggest Economy Pitches Renewable Energy For COVID-19 Recovery
05 April 2020

And So It Begins: World’s 11th-Biggest Economy Pitches Renewable Energy For COVID-19 Recovery

The COVID-19 outbreak has provided one last opportunity for fossil fuel stakeholders to beat back the renewable energy revolution. One especially interesting example is the notorious Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline.
Virginia passes law to prevent Homeowner Associations from blocking solar
06 March 2020

Virginia passes law to prevent Homeowner Associations from blocking solar

Last week, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that prevents Homeowner Associations (HOAs) from imposing unreasonable restrictions on your right to go solar.
High-Quality Solar Shines Bright at GreenBrilliance
23 September 2020

High-Quality Solar Shines Bright at GreenBrilliance

Founded in 2007, GreenBrilliance provides turnkey solar solutions customized for residential and commercial needs. Their goal is to help customers save on utility costs, achieve energy independence, minimize carbon footprint and contribute to a clean, green and sustainable future.
What are tier 1 solar panels?
01 April 2019

What are tier 1 solar panels?

All the big solar panel names usually hype the fact that they are “tier 1” solar module brands. The tiered classification was first developed to show banks which panel manufacturers were legitimate and trustworthy.
Two brand-new manufacturing names want a piece of the Made in USA solar panel market
05 November 2018

Two brand-new manufacturing names want a piece of the Made in USA solar panel market

SolSuntech is a new American solar company with a Korean history. Chairman Jang Hi-Chul and a team of engineers have spent over a decade and $7 million perfecting a new type of technology in South Korea that will disrupt the solar panel market.
GreenBrilliance to open 125-MW solar panel manufacturing plant in Maryland
03 July 2018

GreenBrilliance to open 125-MW solar panel manufacturing plant in Maryland

Virginia-based solar installer GreenBrilliance has announced plans to manufacture high-efficiency and bifacial crystalline silicon solar panels in the United States.
GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 20 Solar Contractors in the United States
23 July 2021

GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 20 Solar Contractors in the United States

GreenBrilliance LLC, one of the pioneering solar solution providers in tri-state (DMV) Virginia, Maryland, D.C., and Pennsylvania, has been recognized among the Top 20 Solar Contractors in the United States.
GreenBrilliance launches operations in Pennsylvania
18 May 2021

GreenBrilliance launches operations in Pennsylvania

GreenBrilliance LLC, a leading solar solution provider which is already present in tri-state DMV – DC, Maryland, and Virginia, has expanded its operations to the state of Pennsylvania.
GreenBrilliance launches first-of-its-kind quality initiative for solar – Solar32Certified<sup>TM</sup>
18 March 2021

GreenBrilliance launches first-of-its-kind quality initiative for solar – Solar32CertifiedTM

GreenBrilliance LLC, a leading solar solution provider in tri-state DMV – DC, Maryland, and Virginia, has introduced a first-of-its-kind quality rating system called Solar32CertifiedTM. It is a comprehensive quality control procedure that validates solar solutions on 32 distinct aspects.
GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 200 Solar Contractors in the United States
28 July 2020

GreenBrilliance recognized among Top 200 Solar Contractors in the United States

GreenBrilliance LLC, one of the pioneering solar solution providers in tri-state (DMV) Virginia, Maryland and D.C., has been recognized among 2020 top solar contractors in the United States.
Distributed solar – Understanding the  attractiveness index

Distributed solar – Understanding the attractiveness index

The making of America’s Solar Energy Revolution

The making of America’s Solar Energy Revolution