Learn what to expect at Solar Power International 2019, including advice from industry vets to optimize your experience, and even how introverts can get the most out of the moments!
pv magazine’s own Christian Roselund appeared on The Business Side of Green podcast with SEIA’s Dan Whitten to discuss President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on imported solar modules and their effect on the industry.
Paul Wormser and Christian Roselund of Clean Energy Associates joined pv magazine to discuss the moratorium on solar tariffs and other executive actions taken by the White House.
In this op-ed pv magazine US editor Christian Roselund looks at the pattern of growth in the U.S. solar market, which he argues is an essential basis for considering solar’s future contributions to the electric grid and what kind of policy supports are needed.
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Join pv magazine for the latest edition of our Quality Roundtable in Salt Lake City, alongside the 2019 edition of Solar Power International.
Failures, fiascos and fires: How to avoid trouble from manufacturing, through design, to installation
Moderated by U.S. Editor Christian Roselund, this year’s Quality Roundtable at SPI will look at the avoidable points of failure that result in either catastrophic failures like fires or simply reduced output of solar projects, from manufacturing through design and installation.
In this latest version of the Suncast podcast, pv magazine Americas Editor Christian Roselund talks about the feasibility of the 100% renewable electricity targets being considered.
As the first in a new series of weekly editorials, pv magazine Americas Editor Christian Roselund highlights some of the current battles that are taking place at the state level.
Developments in the U.S. solar marketplace are leaving many wondering if manufacturing will ramp up fast enough to meet demand. Anne Fischer considers potential supply chain gaps that could leave the country dependent on imports.
While just four solar companies have been identified to have their products barred from import into the US, applications of the Hoshine WRO could prove to be an everlasting headache for module imports.
Also on the rise: Vermont expected to delay long-term changes to solar net metering. Enphase Energy expands battery storage deployment in Puerto Rico. And more.
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