Big Tech’s Big Moves on Climate

Since the 90s’ dot com boom and bust, internet and software companies have dominated the business landscape. The Tech business model is drastically different from traditional models because, for [...]

October 07, 2020

Project Spotlight: Muskegon Heights


September 30, 2020

Solar Carports & EV Charging Stations: California's Newest Power Couple

Solar project developers are always looking for innovative ways to add value to projects, whether it be using a variety of products and techniques to increase system production, working with [...]

September 29, 2020

West Coast Wildfires: The New Solar Reality


September 28, 2020

Solar Market Watch: Washington State Poised for Growth

There’s good reason to be excited if you’re a solar developer in the state of Washington. Last year Governor Jay Inslee signed into law the Clean Energy Transformation Act known as CETA, which [...]

September 11, 2020

Environmental Justice

  When you think of environmental justice, you might think of the availability of safe drinking water, or air quality, or perhaps the placement of toxic facilities across the country. [...]

September 04, 2020

The Importance of Production Modeling

Investors and energy users make long term financial decisions when buying into a Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Project.  Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) define the purchase price per kWh of energy and  [...]

August 26, 2020

Title Commitments: Why Do They Take So Long?

Real estate is a critical component in the world of medium-scale solar projects, more commonly known as community solar gardens (CSG) or solar farms. With such large amounts of money being [...]

August 20, 2020

A Call for Storage, Smarter Metering and Grid Reform

Solar energy accounted for 2% of total U.S. electricity generation in 2019. However, the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) has set a goal to have solar comprise 20% of all U.S. electricity [...]

August 14, 2020

Perovskites: A Viable Module Technology?

  Solar technology has drastically evolved since the first solar cells were invented in the 1800s. Despite being less than 1% efficient —meaning the majority of the solar power collected through [...]

July 24, 2020