The age of advanced data analytics is (almost) here

In this report from the Solar Asset Management North America 2018 conference, Kiterocket’s Tom Cheyney finds that whether it’s managing large solar portfolios or nascent energy storage assets, repowering older solar installations or buttoning up residential O&M, the smart use of data is key.

#Solar100’s Katherine Hamilton: The Steve Kerr of Renewable Energy

In this interview Richard Matsui, founder of kWh Analytics, speaks with Katherine Hamilton, Co-founder and Chair of 38 North Solutions.

Murray Energy’s war on clean energy in Ohio

Murray Energy lobbied on a bill to roll back renewable energy “mandates” in Ohio, while it fought for government intervention to bail out coal-fired power plants.


Do solar consumers create a cost-shift to non-solar users?

In this op-ed, Solar Reviews’ Andrew Sendy takes apart the cost-shift argument that utilities make when trying to get regulators to dismantle net metering, and looks at why they would push this myth on the public.


From the editor: Trump, fantasy and energy

The 45th President of the United States has been spectacularly unsuccessful in energy policy that intersects with renewables. And that is good for all of us.

#Solar100’s Ed Feo: The Hank Aaron of Solar Development

In this latest edition of the #Solar100 Thought Leaders series, Richard Matsui of KWh Analytics speaks with veteran developer and renewable energy lawyer Ed Feo.

Trump’s Tariffs and solar: Christian Roselund talks markets & policy

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.

New online solar tools

In this guest post Bentham Paulos brings you some of the top new online tools for the solar industry, including irradition maps, decision tools and finance simulators.


A vision of an infinite, clean energy economy

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Jamey Johnson puts forth his vision for a new political party based on sustainability principles.


As 2017 ends, we say thank you – here’s to a great 2018

To say 2017 was an eventful one for the solar industry would be like saying baby pandas that sneeze are adorable. But somehow we managed to survive – and we look forward to bringing you the news of 2018, no matter where it takes us.

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