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Rhone Resch - July 17, 2014

US Federal Government Forecasting Big Gains For Solar

  In case you missed it, two recent developments clearly demonstrate why America remains “bullish” on solar energy. But they’re also vivid reminders of why we need to remain vigilant....

Doug Young - July 17, 2014

New Trade Rulings Boost China Wind, Solar in US

In a quirk of timing, two completely unrelated rulings are boosting the outlook for Chinese new energy firms from the wind and solar sectors in their complex relationship with the U.S....

Larry Sherwood - July 16, 2014

What Continues to Drive Solar's Growth?

While relatively young, the solar market is an increasingly important and vital part of the American economy.  What are the trends in this booming market, and what forces are at work? ...

Sol Systems - July 16, 2014

3 Noteworthy Solar Implications in New US National Electrical Code

The 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) has come out, and this version holds a bit of solar intrigue even for those who are not involved with engineering or construction.  In response...

John Farrell - July 15, 2014

Is Solar Ownership Poised for a Comeback?

With “no money down” and “zero maintenance” to attract homeowners, solar leasing has become the overwhelming favorite for residential solar installations. And with the complexity of...

Laurel Passera - July 15, 2014

The New Mod Squad – Grid Modernization for Our Shifting Energy Resources

We’ve heard a lot about smart grid over the past decade, but to achieve a truly intelligent grid we need to do much more than switch out analog meters for their digital counterparts....

UnThink Solar - July 14, 2014

The Good, the Bad, and the Oops! of Intersolar 2014's Event Marketing

Last week I wrote about the kind of event marketing that I'd hope I'd see at Intersolar 2014. Well, I'm back, and I was pleasantly surprised in some cases, not so much in others. Here...

Rhone Resch - July 09, 2014

What Cost Shift? New Study Shows Solar’s Value to Grid

  If you listen to many utility executives, distributed solar energy has the potential to destabilize electrical grids and result in huge cost shifts for many American consumers.  Well,...

Gyula Gabor Toth - July 09, 2014

Making Renewables and Energy Efficiency Visible in Hungary

This blog is not just about the renewable or energy efficiency potential in a small Central European country — although Hungary does have huge potential in both areas. It’s also about...

Barry Fischer - July 08, 2014

This Is What Tesla Owners Are Doing While You Sleep

By day electric vehicles are taking the world by storm: their sales are doubling every year, their fuel efficiency is off the charts, and some of them can even accelerate from 0-60...

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