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The Milwaukee Shines Success Story

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.

Announcing the Winner of SPI's Start-Up Alley

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.

Winner of the Best Educational Poster at Solar Power International

Educational posters covering the important topics such as solar business growth and development; operations, performance and maintenance; and policy and regulations were on display at SPI and one was awarded a blue ribbon.

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council's Annual Awards

IREC announces the winners of its annual awards in a ceremony at Solar Central during SPI 2013.

Solar on the Street: Educational Posters

What message are you trying to convey in your poster?

Solar on the Street: Start-Up Alley

Start-Up Alley was a new feature on the SPI show floor in 2013. Here's a look at what some of the startups are up to.

Solar on the Street: General Session Takeaways

What is your key takeaway from today's keynote?

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn at SPI 2013: "Take advantage of every solar opportunity"

In a keynote speech at SPI 2013, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn reiterated the state's RPS with solar carve-out and the state's 76 percent annual growth in solar energy capacity. "We want to take advantage of every solar opportunity we can."

ARPA-E's Cheryl Martin Discusses Solar Innovation During SPI 2013's General Session

At SPI 2013, Dr. Cheryl Martin from the U.S. Energy Department's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) took the stage with Amy Francetic, CEO, Clean Energy Trust.

Update on the Utility of the Future with Julia Hamm

In her opening general session keynote, Julia Hamm recalls her fictional utility, Tomorrow Power and Light, and presents isses that it could be struggling with in today's solar market.

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