Renewable Energy Blogs

Latinoamerica Renovable, LLC - January 24, 2015

Solar Industry for Latin America and the Caribbean

In 2014, Latin America and the Caribbean continued to deploy solar proyects at a fast rate. But can the region have a solar manufacturing industry that could make it more sustainable?...

Lee Peterson - January 23, 2015

The Future of Solar in Wisconsin

This past November, the Wisconsin Public Service Commission voted to allow the state’s major utility, Wisconsin Energy to implement a fixed rate increase for of its customers as well...

Sol Systems - January 23, 2015

In the Quest to Finance Smaller Commercial Solar Deals, Pipeline is King

Is the solar industry starting to pay more attention to the commercial solar market? From our vantage point, it seems that way, even if just slightly. We are increasingly being approached...

Salome Saliashvili - January 23, 2015

Renewables Innovation Stored Here – Handle With Care

“If you don't like what is being said, then change the conversation” -– the writers of Mad Men could have been contemplating renewable energy PR. If someone argues that realizing deep...

EEFG / SellingEnergy.com - January 23, 2015

Too Busy To Talk

    One of the big barriers of selling efficiency, particularly to busy professionals, is that they simply don’t have time to talk to you. I’d like to share a strategy that you might...

Chris Meehan - January 22, 2015

U.S. Trade Commission Upholds Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels

Yesterday (Jan. 21) the U.S. International Trade Commission today upheld the tariffs it imposed on Chinese and Taiwanese solar panels for unfair Chinese trade practices. The tariffs...

Andreas Karelas - January 22, 2015

First Week of February is "Solar Education Week"

Across the country, college campuses are diving into sustainability issues: campus divestment movements, solar cars and Mt. Trashmores are just a few examples of how college students...

Nader Yarpezeshkan - January 22, 2015

Near-Term Solar Driver #1: California’s Net Energy Metering Cap

CENERGY ALERT: NEAR-TERM SOLAR DRIVER #1: CALIFORNIA’S NET ENERGY METERING CAP (JANUARY 22, 2015) Commercial solar demand in California over the next two years is expected to grow at...

Sol Systems - January 22, 2015

Are Floating PPAs an Idea Worth Floating to Solar Investors?

We are seeing more and more developers structuring deals with floating, instead of fixed, power purchase agreements (PPAs) meaning that the value of the PPA is tied to electricity rates....

Jack Dawson - January 22, 2015

Minimizing Your Carbon Footprint through Creative ECO Web Design Techniques

The global clarion call over the last three decades has been for everyone to go green. The impact has been tremendous with CEOs riding bikes to work, and electricity powered cars gracing...

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