Industry trends was new on the floor at Solar Power International 2013. Listen to what people had to say about the educational booth this week.
Nick Hylla of the Midwest Renewable Energy Association presents his thoughts on how to engage communities in order to attract more solar customers.
A roundtable discussion with Doug Stingle showcasing commercial applications of solar water heating.
Execs from Sungrow and Ginlong and market analysis firm IHS explore how Chinese solar inverter suppliers have defended that market, their plans for international expansion, and how a shift in China's solar energy strategy changes their outlook.
Carrie Cullen Hitt and Elizabeth Kennedy explain which New England solar markets are hot and why. She’ll also outline some of the challenges that must be overcome to advance the market in New England.
What happens when governments set Feed-in Tariffs too high or too low? What about other incentives like rebates and tax credits? Paula Mints, passionate solar advocate argues that incentives are almost always harmful to solar markets.
Execs from SolarCity, Vivint Solar, and Clean Power Finance talk about the benefits and challenges of pursuing a vertically integrated business model for installing solar energy in the U.S., and where they still need to compress the margin stacks.
Global Solar Alliance partners from emerging international solar markets convene in this roundtable discussion that will highlight the successes and challenges of solar growth in the Korean and Chinese markets.
In 2008, Milwaukee was named a Solar America City by the U.S. Department of Energy. Since then, the city has helped make solar energy more accessible by creating a number of innovative programs that work to decrease costs while increasing adoption.
Start-Up Alley featured nineteen brand new solar companies that were selected to exhibit at SPI 2013. They presented their companies to a panel of judges and the winner was announced on Wednesday afternoon.