Planning for a mid-Winter getaway? Or maybe your next business trip? Time for a "green living" tip that will make your life happier and the planet greener.
CleanChoice Energy News
Across the U.S., winter weather has wreaked havoc on many communities recently.
Are you a federal government employee and a CleanChoice customer?
If you’re looking for a job in 2019, you may want to consider the field of renewable energy.
When it comes to giving gifts, sometimes less is more. That is, less stuff and more experiences!
A recent study found that 50 to 75 percent of U.S. consumers don’t have access to solar energy through rooftop installations on their homes
Winter isn’t officially here yet, but the country has had some notable wintery weather already.
CLEAN CHOICE ENERGY: CleanChoice Energy and New Columbia Solar Launch Largest Community Solar Portfolio Ever for Washington D.C. Residents
CleanChoice Energy, a renewable energy company that provides wind and solar energy products to customers across the country, and New Columbia Solar, one of the District’s largest solar energy companies, have launched a partnership to bring community solar to residents of the District of Columbia.
Aerial view of a large industrial area that is now being used as a solar farm.
Air pollution caused directly by burning fossil fuels and indirectly by climate change poses one of the biggest health risks on the planet toda
More than 100 million people voted in the midterm elections—nearly 48 percent of all eligible voters.
Midterm elections are happening this Tuesday, November 6th in every state.
This week, the United States celebrates National Farmers Day on October 12th.
When it comes to the effects of climate change, the impacts may not always seem imminent or life threatening.
CleanChoice Energy, a renewable energy company that provides wind and solar energy products to customers across the country, has launched CleanChoice Energy Community Solar in Maryland with 21.4 megawatts (MW) of proposed Community Solar capacity available.
When you think of New York, do you think of renewable energy?
Washington DC skyline at dusk with lots of colorful lights Washington, DC is often in the news because it’s the nation’s capital.