Solar Energy Blog Posts

Sol Systems - October 31, 2014

Go Ahead, Wake the Sleeping Giant

Despite a Slowdown, C&I Solar Remains Poised for Growth While residential solar installers battle for market share and YieldCos gobble up utility scale projects, the commercial and...

Victor Cardona - October 31, 2014

Clean Energy Patents Peak in Second Quarter, Solar up, Toyota tops GM

Clean energy patents hit an all time high in the second quarter of 2014.  Solar patents again led Fuel Cell patents and all other technologies in what has become a pattern the booming...

John Richardson - October 31, 2014

Next Generation Solar – More Than Green

When Superstorm Sandy came ashore in New Jersey at the end of October 2012, there were almost 20,000 solar PV systems installed in the state.  These systems aggregate to nearly a billion...

Michael Chance - October 30, 2014

America’s Energy Renaissance Is Happening NOW (And YOU Can Be A Part)

America is in the midst of an energy renaissance thanks to decreasing costs of solar power systems, improving solar efficiencies and related technologies (including energy storage),...

Alternative Matters - October 30, 2014

Get Out Your Carving Kits: DOE Offers Renewable Energy-themed Pumpkin Designs

The DOE is always looking for ways to make renewable energy appealing. To that end, they’ve proffered up some ideas to incorporate green energy into the classic Halloween tradition...

EEFG / SellingEnergy.com - October 29, 2014

The 6 x 6 Rule

Many of you have probably heard of the “6 x 6 rule” of PowerPoint presentations. In case this is a new concept to you, the rule states that a PowerPoint slide should have no more than six bullet...

Jack West - October 29, 2014

ZS Peak Solar Mounting: A Brief History of More Space in Less Time

We here at Zep Solar want to make solar installation easy, but it takes rigorous work on the development end to make it look and feel that way to the customer. ZS Peak, unveiled earlier...

UnThink Solar - October 29, 2014

Part 2: SPI 2014 Solar Event Marketing Hits and Misses

In part 2 of my annual solar event marketing hits and misses, we’ll explore some more specific hits and misses that I found on the Las Vegas SPI show floor. First of all, although final...

Lee Peterson - October 29, 2014

Could this Election Decide Florida’s Renewable Energy Fate?

As gubernatorial candidate Charlie Christ noted in the recent debate, the corrupting influence of Florida’s electric utilities has blocked efforts to help Florida transition into a...

NATiVE Green Builders - October 29, 2014

The Early Bird Gets the Tax Credit

As a green builder, we created our business around the idea that it's never too early to think about the future. It’s practically in our genetic makeup, and everyday, we educate home-...

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