Is Residential Solar Down for the Count?

Blog Lauren Miller | July 20, 2017

Is Residential Solar Down for the Count?

Reflecting on 2017 so Far 2017 has been an interesting year so far for the solar industry, but then again,…
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Blog Krysta Galeano | June 23, 2017

The Greener Supply Chain: Increasing Operational Value with Solar

Would you pick up a penny on the street? What about a nickel? A dime? A quarter? At one point…
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Blog Jessica Robbins | June 23, 2017

Tax Rate Reform Could Make 2017 a “Unicorn Year” for Solar Tax Equity Investors

It’s been an interesting few months for the solar industry. Uncertainty about the status and potential impact of tax rate…
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Blog William Patterson | June 21, 2017

What We Can Learn from a Southern Virginia Solar Project Roundtable

On a sunny May morning in the heart of Pittsylvania County, Virginia just a few miles away from an upcoming…
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Blog Grace Kankindi | June 21, 2017

PURPA Reign: Michigan Could Grow Solar Market with New Avoided Cost Methodology

Recently, the Michigan Public Service Commission (“MPSC”) approved a final order to the approach the Consumers Energy Company (“Consumers Energy”)…
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Blog Bartley Higgins | June 21, 2017

The Buzz Around Solar Co-Location

This article was co-written by Bartley Higgins, Brendan Grajewski and Georgia Carroll. Ten years ago, the U.S. Senate unanimously (yes,…
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Blog Charity Sack | May 18, 2017

Upsurge: Why CFOs are expanding their roles to include CSR

Why CFOs are expanding their roles to include CSR The material impact that CSR initiatives have on corporate performance has…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | April 19, 2017

The Sol SOURCE, April 2017

The Sol SOURCE is a monthly journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter contains…
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Blog Lauren Miller | April 19, 2017

Should the Solar Industry Be Worried about Tax Reform?

With the election of President Trump at the end of 2016 came concern regarding tax reform and its potential impact…
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Blog Kate Brandus | March 27, 2017

SREC II Strikes Back: Massachusetts DOER Announces Extension Details

After months of regulatory uncertainty, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) finalized the MA SREC II extension details on…
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