Sunrun announces three new leadership appointments: Michael Grasso as chief marketing officer, Cameron Kinloch as vice president of financial planning & analysis, and Antonio Cintra as vice president of distribution. The appointments follow recent growth and equity financing gains.
Sunrun partners with home design TV stars to bring the message of solar into homeowners' livingrooms. Throughout this summer, the home design experts will show consumers viewing their shows how to use the latest connected technologies for their homes -- including solar power.
The Alliance for Solar Choice says it supports common ground with utilities in Massachusetts. At a public hearing, TASC and other parties discuss language for a comprehensive agreement between solar industry and utilities.
Sunrun announces it's raised $150 million in equity financing. The residential solar installer will use the funds to broaden its reach to consumers and continue developing tools and technologies to make solar simpler and more cost-effective for homeowners.
UL announces a new suite of PV plant services to manage the risks associated with building and operating PV plants. The services, which build on UL’s research and technical knowledge in the power generation, can help bring confidence and credibility to the solar industry.
The Institute for Building Technology and Safety releases a case study on Sunrun's quality management process. As one of the country’s largest solar service companies, Sunrun is taking an important step for the industry by implementing this process.
Net metering continues to be a theme for solar, with legislative victories in several states. Massachusetts looks forward to favorable outcomes despite attempts to weaken net metering there.
Solar advocates move to promote solar net metering in Louisiana, as new polls find that a supermajority of the public supports net metering in both Louisiana and Florida.
By Lisa Ann Pinkerton Originally published on Women in Cleantech & Sustainability
As women make inroads in the solar industry, it's evident that the female contingent of the industry is passionate about carving out and defending their seats at the proverbial table. Lisa Ann Pinkerton takes a look at ten of the women whose dedication to solar power and advancements in the field are making a difference in the industry.
By Pamela Cargill, Principal, Chaolysti
A version of this post was originally published on Chaolysti.
Pamela Cargill takes a look at what mid-size and small solar installers can do to remain competitive. While not everyone can acquire an REC Solar, installers of any size can benefit from reviewing their soft costs, as well as thoroughly understanding the intersection of construction, financial services, and high-tech that is solar.
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