Solar School Savings Add Up

August 3, 2016

Today, California school districts leverage on-site solar systems to deliver compelling savings to general operating funds. Efficient and reliable solar technology has proven to not only cut district electricity bills, but also help districts retain teaching positions, avoid cuts to academic programs and provide students with the tools they need to excel in 21st century […]


Renewable Energy Infographic

April 26, 2014

Renewable energy is the fastest growing energy sector, despite the fact we still get the majority of our power from non-renewable sources. Oil, coal and fossil fuels are not only in limited supply, but are also detrimental to the health of the planet. On the other hand, renewable energy is in infinite supply and draws […]

connect-chinaorg-renewable-energy on Renewable Energy

January 8, 2014

Infographic on Renewable Energy in China and Trade Balance of USA with China. Source

U.S. Energy Use Drops in 2008

U.S. Energy Use Drops in 2008

April 23, 2013

You turn on a light switch and presto; the power is instantly sent to a light bulb and chances are you don’t think twice about it. This infographic shows us the sources for all of the energy needs for the US and how much actually makes the long journey to that magical little bulb. You […]


Nuclear vs Renewable Energy

March 2, 2013

Referencing us and our sister site Planetsave, here’s a good graphic on nuclear power and how it compares to power from renewable resources. There are a few things I would have worded a little differently or put more or less emphasis on, but overall I think they did a good job, so kudos to them! […]


Companies Using 100% Renewable Energy

February 7, 2013

There are so many sources of renewable energy that we can use today, such as, wind, solar, hydro and biogas. The source of renewable energy is so abundant that there are companies such as Whole Foods and Danon, that are running their energy on renewable energy sources. This infographic shows which companies are running 100% […]


Super Bowl XLVI Prices Tickets Travel Hotel

February 2, 2013

An Illustrated Guide to Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks. Source


Happy Earth Day from SunRun!

January 24, 2013

In honor of Earth Day 2010, here’s a nifty graphic we created just for the occasion: Home Solar: How solar will fix our broken electricity grid. The more people know about clean, renewable energy, the closer we are to stopping climate change, so spread the word!

$36 billion in loans to renewable energy technologies

$36 billion in loans to renewable energy technologies

December 11, 2012

The Obama administration has poured billions of dollars into electric-car and other clean-energy technologies, some of it in direct financial support to companies and some in the form of loan guarantees. Failed solar-panel company Solyndra is the best known of the Energy Department’s loan guarantee recipients. Here are the renewable-energy sectors that benefited from the […]

Running on (almost) Empty

Running on (almost) Empty

December 1, 2012

Here are the countries that are spending the most on renewable energy, along with how much of it they currently produce, and what percent of their total energy output that represents. Source

A Brief History of Renewable Energy

A Brief History of Renewable Energy

November 7, 2012

We at 2GreenEnergy are on a quest to introduce the basic concepts of renewable energy to newcomers to the field, and, to that end, we’ve begun to create a series of “infographics,” providing a few essential concepts at a glance. Here’s a one-pager we did, depicting a brief history of each of five main types […]


Who’s Using All Of The World’s Energy

November 2, 2012

China has just emerged as the world’s largest manufacturer of wind turbines and solar panels, and plans to be the world’s biggest builder of nuclear power plants in the coming decade. It invested nearly twice as much as the United States last year in renewable energy. Source