Renewable Energy Videos

Continuing the Conversation: Understanding Niche Markets for Solar

Indian tribal lands, sports stadiums, nonprofits, and municipalities all have special features, and motivations, making them attractive for solar development. Experts at a PV America East explain how solar deals work in these "niche" areas.

Getting Utilities and Solar on the Same Page: An Interview with Julia Hamm and Rhone Resch

Rhone Resch and Julia Hamm talk with Glenn Thayer about how utilities and solar need to speak the same language. They also touch on the solar industry's accelerating evolution; calculating the true market value for PPAs; and the future of incentives.

How Is The Show Going So Far?

Solar on the Street asks PV America West exhibitors and attendees how the show is going for them.

Is The Solar Industry a Good Job Creator?

Solar on the Street asks exhibitors their thoughts on the solar industry and job creation.

What Brought You to PV America West?

Solar on the Street asks exhibitors and attendees at PV America what brought them to the show this year.

SBA's Elizabeth B. Echols Speaks at PV America West

Elizabeth B. Echols, Regional Administrator, Region IX of the U.S. SBA speaks at PV America West in San Jose about innovation, sustainability, economic development and job creation.

Will the US Suffer without Solar Manufacturing?

Bart Leusink, CEO of Renusol America, discusses the recent solar trade case ruling and the need for the U.S. to step up total system manufacturing.

California Marine Combat Center Wins Project of Distinction Award

Michael Hoch of Baker Electric and Tobin Booth of Blue Oak Energy discuss the 1.5-MW PV project installed at the U.S. Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center and the increasing military involvement in renewables.

PV Manufacturers Should Be Environmentally and Socially Responsibility

John Smirnow of the Solar Energy Industries Association and Polly Shaw of Suntech talk with Jennifer Runyon at PV America about SEIA's new initiative that focuses on the importance of environmental and social responsibility for solar manufacturers.

The Growing "Battle" Over Net-Metering: Could The Time-tested Policy Go Away?

Carrie Cullen Hitt, VP of State Affairs with SEIA explains to Meg Cichon the conflict between PV owners and utilities over net-metering. Utilities are questioning how useful the practice is for them. Hitt says it isn't a battle yet, but it could be.

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