Our Solar on the Street series continues during the tweet-up at PV America East 2013.
Our Solar on the Street series continues at PV America East 2013.
From very large projects to smaller 1-MW projects, project finance experts discuss the challenges that solar developers face today and some possible solutions to those challenges that are coming down the pike.
This panel explores the unique characteristics and challenges in solar markets in the Eastern US. How can companies "diversify" to do business in multiple states with policies in place? Which states offer the most opportunities in the next two years?
At PV America East in Philadelphia, SEPA's Julia Hamm and SEIA's Rhone Resch gave out their coveted Project of Distinction Awards. Watch the video to see which projects won.
Fatima Toor explains the highly technical, highly innovative research work that is happening in labs across the U.S. and how those breakthroughs make their way into the commercial market.
Manager of Renewable Energy with GM, Rob Threlkeld, explains to Jennifer Runyon why the company is so committed to solar and talks about some of the other solar initiatives underway.
David Schroder of Assurant explains truSolar, a new initiative led by Pricewaterhouse that should help developers understand if their project is ready to seek financing.
Session panelists Bill Brooks of Brooks Engineering, Jurgen Schmid of AquaSoli, and Morgan Vickery of Black & Veatch continue the conversation about the present and future environmental challenges in different geographical regions when installing solar...
Rick Justice of Constellation Energy discusses the challeges and innovations of the award-winning Generating Clean Horizons project in Emmitsburg, Maryland.