Another year, another Intersolar. Part 1 of our coverage looks at the opening ceremony and issues of net metering, community solar, and -- yes -- booth babes. Despite them, the conference didn't disappoint.


Time to Choose is an important film that highlights solutions and shows the path forward in response to the pressing issue of climate change.


BrightCurrent is making significant gains in the solar marketing industry. It's dominating the field through an emphasis on education. For them, it's about what consumers know, not what they have.


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Net metering 2.0 faces controversy as ORA admits it was in talks with APS to develop proposal. This collaboration resulted in ORA's plan to significantly cut net metering.


Next week, CPUC begins hearing to determine what changes, if any, to make to net metering in the state. Recent APS case may impact the proceedings.


Vice President Joe Biden speaks at Solar Power International about the urgency of climate change and how solar can help. He supports extending the ITC and reducing oil subsidies.


At the sold-out Professional Women in Solar Panel Discussion and Reception, panelists from SunEdison, SunFunder, and the Clinton Climate initiative discuss successes and advice for women in the industry.


At this year's Intersolar North America, solar plus storage takes the spotlight. Also featured are the ITC, and the continuing impressive growth of solar in the U.S.


PV Complete's new software helps reduce solar costs by integrating AutoCAD and using algorithms that optimize equipment costs. Some engineering tasks are cut from days to minutes.