Let’s Talk About Solar Power And Equity

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We need to have “the talk” about solar power and equity, because ignoring uncomfortable questions will invite misinformation and bad decisions. We need an informed dialogue about how local solar power can impact low-income communities and communities of color in the U.S. We need to talk about “all the good things, and the bad things,… Keep reading →

Farmers Conclude Grain Harvest

As high-profile solar companies are liquidating, declaring bankruptcy, exiting the market, or being acquired by larger companies, solar project stakeholders are focusing more heavily on assessing the degree of financial risk or “bankability” of a solar energy component provider before choosing them for a project. This applies to anything from the module manufacturer to the… Keep reading →