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Solar Customer Acquisition Trends Shift with Increase in Web-Based Platforms

Solar Customer Acquisition Trends Shift with Increase in Web-Based Platforms

Residential solar acquisition costs have been increasing, partially driven by high levels of penetration in established markets of California, New York and Massachusetts.
Sunverge raises $11 million for utility distributed energy resource controls

Sunverge raises $11 million for utility distributed energy resource controls

The round was led by Ecosystem Integrity Fund with participation from Equinor Energy Ventures and Evergy Ventures
First Ever Women-Oriented Solar Survey Highlights Unveiled at SPI, Part 1

First Ever Women-Oriented Solar Survey Highlights Unveiled at SPI, Part 1

Solar Central, the news hub of the annual Solar Power International U.S. gathering, served as the focal point for a trend at this year’s show – the discussion of women inside and outside the industry and their impact on the growth of solar. Our presentation, Shining a Solar Marketing Light on Women, was comprised of four components:   Feedback from female […]
Renewables remained resilient during China’s COVID-19 lockdown

Renewables remained resilient during China’s COVID-19 lockdown

The first nation to implement a COVID-19 lockdown, China, has experienced an unprecedented power demand drop during the first two months of the year as a result of the stagnation of industrial and commercial activities. Amidst this demand squeeze, renewables have emerged as a winner in the increasing competition among different power generation resources. Electricity consumption declined 7.8% year on […]
Lessons from the Boom Years: Datacomm and Electricity — Not that Far Apart…

Lessons from the Boom Years: Datacomm and Electricity — Not that Far Apart…

As a transplant from the data communications industry, I'm often asked how that experience relates to the renewable electricity industry. In truth the similarities between the two industries are greater than the differences. From a technical standpoint, the story of the data communications market of the 90's was fundamentally about a shift from highly centralized systems, to highly distributed systems; from fundamentally "dumb" telecommunications networks, to highly intelligent, adaptive "smart" data networks; from small, inefficient private company structures, to large, heavily leveraged, capital intensive corporate entities.