I sat down with OhmConnect CEO Matt Duesterberg to get the scoop.
Heard of "the duck curve"? It's a thorn in solar energy's side, and we're here to put a stop to it.
Got power to spare? New ‘Airbnb of energy’ services will buy your unused energy, paying you to turn off your lights.
It's 2018 and action for the planet is needed more than ever. Here is a roundup of some of our favorite ways that kids can take action to help the planet this Earth Day.
No brainer, right? … Or is it?
Installing solar panels is a smart choice for lots of reasons, but there are some downsides associated with solar energy, too. Before investing in solar power, it’s important to consider both the pros and cons.
It's nice to spend #OhmHours with each other and all, but if we had a chance to grab an hour with anyone in the world, these folks would top our lists.
Our intention is to replace the worst polluting power plants with smarter usage, and with your help, we saw that happen in 2017.
In 2017, it felt like the global media picked up all of the problems, and none of the solutions. To fix that, here are 14 of the best conservation stories from this year that you probably missed.
Missing out on weekly payments? Check out the system that’s paying your neighbours to power down. For us, WWF’s Earth Hour is one of our favourite nights of the year.
1. Get paid up to $300 to turn off the lights. California, Texas and Toronto residents can earn up to $300/year (depending on your energy savings)
The key is empowerment, not fear.