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2019 Will Be Green Solar Technologies' Greatest Year Yet Says COO Edward Harner

LogoWe are officially one week into 2019, and the solar industry is set to prosper.

Green Solar Technologies Says 'Enough Is Enough'

LogoAccording to the World Health Organization (WHO), 91 percent of people worldwide breathe polluted air. Think about that. Nine out of 10 people worldwide are breathing polluted air. A staggering fact, but it doesn't end there. Toxic pollution in its various forms affects upwards of 200 million people and kills 8 million people every year.

Solar Energy Highlights of 2018

LogoAs 2018 draws to a close, it’s a fitting time to look back on the year’s noteworthy events and developments that have strengthened Green Solar Technologies’ optimism for the future of solar energy. Much has happened this past year; too much in fact to fit within the confines of this article, so we’ll cover what we consider the highlights.

Green Solar Technologies COO Edward Harner Says Company Inspired by Elon Musk

LogoElon Musk is argued to be one of the greatest minds of our time, not only due to his brilliant and visionary ideas, but also because of his unique and innovative marketing techniques. Like many companies, Green Solar Technologies is inspired by Musk, which is why GST also does things a bit differently.

Solar Might Get Even Cheaper Due to Discovery of New Iron Molecule

LogoSolar might be getting cheaper (again). Over the past 40 years the costs of solar have drastically decreased, with the most substantial decreases occurring in the last decade due to considerable advancements in solar technology. Now, owing to a surprising new discovery, the cost of solar may drop even further.

Solar Overtakes Fossil Fuels for the First Time

Logo2019 is just around the corner, and across the globe observations and statistics indicate that clean, renewable energy production is growing faster than fossil fuels, and multiple studies predict that this trend will continue to grow. Renewable energy investments grew to $297 billion in 2016 (the last time full-year data was collected), while only $143 billion was spent on fossil fuels and nuclear power.

Solar Energy Prices Continue to Plummet

LogoThere has never been a better time than the present to go solar. The cost of solar power has plummeted over the past four decades, with the greatest cost reductions occurring in just the last few years.

Green Solar Technologies COO Edward Harner Releases Q3 2018 Results

LogoThe leading nation-wide solar installation company reported strong sales growth in key markets, expansion into new markets, and robust increase in both revenue and profits.

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