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  • October 9, 2017

    Solar for Commercial Customers: Poised for Growth?

    While utility-scale solar and residential rooftop solar have experienced explosive growth in the past five years, the market for solar on commercial buildings has been much slower to take off. The US Department of Energy is working with innovative entrepreneurs to spur growth in this sector. As more solar installers begin targeting the commercial sector, a more pragmatic problem-solving approach is needed to gain the trust of commercial customers.

  • October 4, 2017

    An Interview with Dr. Chung-Han Wu

    To lead innovation in clean energy, competition amongst renewables companies is not the solution. Lasting success in solar overhauls the energy infrastructure, decelerates the rate of fossil fuel depletion, and creates technology that sets the standard for large-scale utility initiatives. The future of energy infrastructure is through collaboration.

  • September 25, 2017

    Inside Bloomberg’s Tier 1 Bankability Guarantee – An Interview with John Bereckis

    Last week, Boviet Solar USA was granted Tier 1 status by the Bloomberg New Energy Finance Corporation. We sat down with John Bereckis, the President of the Modules Division of Boviet Solar USA, to learn what the Tier 1 designation means for Boviet and its partners.

  • September 18, 2017

    Why Partnership May Be the Most Valuable ROI Yet

    As solar energy booms— over one million solar installations are already connected to the grid, and two million are expected by 2018— the energy industry faces the unique challenge of integrating and optimizing solar energy into the electricity grid ( With such a challenge comes the need for collaboration between solar and the nation’s over 3,000 electric utility companies.

  • September 11, 2017

    Clean Energy Isn’t in a Battle with Fossil Fuels for the Future of Energy

    Fossil Fuels and Solar Strategies are Smarter With Collaboration

    When people think of clean technology, there’s often an assumption of tension between renewable energy and oil/gas, meaning that the two are competing with each other for market share. In some ways, this perception of competition is real: economic forces are driving down the costs of renewable energy, which directly cut into fossil fuel profits.