Not only is solar one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S., it is also a primary source of new jobs. In a recent blog post, we discussed a few impressive statistics--President Obama’s State of the Union claim that 1 out of every 83 new jobs is solar-related, and the fact that solar employment has seen 20% year-over-year growth for the past three years, among them.
Lots of environmentalists and renewable energy proponents may be feeling a bit skittish about the low oil prices that have been in effect for over a year now. With prices hovering around $2.29 nationally, how are renewables faring?
As anyone who works in the solar world knows, ours is a complex industry. We all work to understand and communicate the varying incentives, sophisticated financial structures, and ever-evolving rules and regulations
As anyone who has been involved in the solar industry knows, getting a project completed is a series of many, many steps. First there are the meetings with a prospect to help them appreciate the merits of solar and what you have to offer in terms of doing this work for them. This requires a lot of analysis, consultations
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The solar industry has long laid claim to job creation as one of its non-environmental benefits. This has helped to engage the conservative audience, making solar a great opportunity for reaching across the aisle.
Drawing more than 114 million viewers in the United States alone, the 2015 Super Bowl was the most-watched U.S. television event of the year, not to mention the most popular Super Bowl to date.