In The NewsMass Clean Energy CenterCost and PerformanceThe cost of buying a solar electric system can vary based on system size, location, equipment used and other factors. Though MassCEC cannot say what a "good" price is for your solar electric system, we can help you see what others are paying for solar projects around the Commonwealth.Solar Power WorldPanasonic announces first class of nine authorized “premium installers”Panasonic Corporation of North America today announced the promotion of several authorized installers of HIT solar modules to the exclusive “Premium Installer” status.SEBANESolar in the Tenth Essex District with State Representative Dan CahillSEBANE is thrilled to report that our seventh legislative solar tour featured a successful and sunny afternoon with Massachusetts State Representative Dan CahillSolar Power WorldSolar installers are embracing storage and its market potentialSolar-plus-storage is a mutually beneficial marriage. The storage industry will take off with solar’s help, and more customers will go solar now with the addition of complementary storage technologies.Solar Power World RevoluSun Massachusetts Celebrates Its 100th Solar InstallRevoluSun’s Burlington, Mass., operation is growing fast as it celebrates its 100th installation mark.Business WireThe Most Powerful Solar Panel in the World Now Available To RevoluSun Residential Clients in MassachusettsRevoluSun today announced its Massachusetts residential customers now have access to the new SunPower® X-Series Solar Panel (X-Series), the world’s most efficient panel on the market today.Business WireMassachusetts Home Solar Electric Installations Quadruple in Two YearsAs the cost of fossil fuels rises, the cost of renewables declines, with solar leading the way for homeowners.Business WireRevoluSun Changes the Game for Residential Solar in MassachusettsRevoluSun, which has installed more than 3,500 residential photovoltaic (PV) systems, is helping Bay State homeowners to seize this perfect storm of opportunities and income by making it easy to actually own a custom solar system.Steve Rovithis- Your Real Estate ResourceSolar Panels w/ Richie BonneyRichie Bonney has been with RevoluSun Massachusetts for four years, where he's helped more than 200 families reduce their energy bills and carbon footprints.Green Tech MediaMeet the Solar Window ShopperHow are residential customers shopping for solar? Brian Sadler, the VP of Project Development at RevoluSun, describes the residential solar sales cycle.Northshore Magazine 2018 Editors' and Readers' Choice- RevolusunRevoluSun makes going solar as easy as it is good for the environment. Worried about voiding your roof warranty when you install solar panels? Not with RevoluSun.Energy CentralEmerson Center in Topsfield wins solar arrayThe Emerson Center of the Congregational Church of Topsfield has won a 5-kilowatt solar system in a contest sponsored by Burlington-based RevoluSun.Wicked LocalSally Frank’s Farmers’ Market returns to Melrose’s Bowden ParkThursday, June 8 saw the start of the 23rd annual Sally Frank’s Farmers’ Market, a local tradition at Bowden Park. On Thursdays throughout the summer and into the fall, residents of Melrose and surrounding communities will flock to the park for fresh produce, meats, seafood, bread, pastries, and much more.Wicked LocalMartha Morrison on Congregational Church of Topsfield Emerson Center winning a solar array from Revolusun.Martha Morrison on Congregational Church of Topsfield Emerson Center winning a solar array from Revolusun.Daily Hampshire GazetteSolar explosion: The changing landscape of residential solarNot too long ago, installing a residential solar system was seen as an expensive, and often, cost prohibitive endeavor.Solar BuilderStrength in numbers: How solar installers can build business through third-party programsAs the story goes, solar system costs came down, which drove up demand. But this story is a bit too simplistic because the price drop and demand rise allowed the solar market to mature.DezeenWill Ruhl lifts house on concrete stilts to create larger family retreatUS architecture firm Ruhl Walker co-founder Will Ruhl has completed a home renovation for his family in Massachusetts, lifting an existing residence on concrete supports to create an extra living space underneath.