One on one interviews, project developments, and in-depth features are just some of what envelops this year's most watched videos. Check out the top ten videos and let us know your favorite in the comments below.
The 10th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Jennifer Runyon talks with Cogenra Solar's Mani Thothadri about the company's hybrid solution that has been placed on high-profile companies like Facebook.
The 9th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Many in the solar industry believe that low module pricing is what is driving the industry forward. But American solar manufacturers have stated -- and proved -- that China isn't playing by the rules. Experts explain and react to the case.
The 8th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Renewable Energy World's Jim Montgomery sits down with project representatives to discuss important aspects of the AES Laurel Mountain Wind Farm, which is the recipient of the 2012 Excellence in Renewable Energy Award for Wind Project of the Year.
The 7th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Siva Sivaram of Twin Creeks Technology discusses the company's new manufacturing tool, which creates ultra-thin cells that the company says could reduce the cost of solar by as much as 50 percent.
The 6th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Jordan Winery made the switch to solar on June 29, 2012. The array was projected to handle 75% of the winery’s electricity needs, but initial reports indicate it could produce more than 90%, even during the busy bottling season.
The 5th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Here's a quick look at the winner of our Solar Project of the Year Award in our 2012 Excellence in Renewable Energy Awards Program.
The 4th Most Watched Video of 2012:
Marianne Schnell, Project Manager with SOLARtec talks about how the company's unique solar system in a box approach can help rural villages go solar, bringing electricity to villages that have never before been had access to the grid.
The 3rd Most Watched Video of 2012:
The Center for American Progress speaks with Nathan Crawford, the lead wind technician at Allian Energy in Iowa about the highlights and advantages of green jobs.
The 2nd Most Watched Video of 2012:
Hear what the experts are saying about the solar industry in 2012 and beyond. What will happen in this uncertain market? CEO’s weigh in. This is the official opening session of Solar Power International 2012. It's long but worth watching.
The Most Watched Video of 2012:
Part of our "Solar on the Street" series at Solar Power International 2012, we asked conference-goers if they thought the solar industry could affect U.S. unemployment.
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