It started with the Suniva bankruptcy earlier this month. Well, that’s not quite true because U.S.-based solar manufacturers have been crying foul regarding unfair competition from cell and module imports for awhile, but after filing for chapter 11, Suniva hit the button and filed a petition for global safeguards underRead More
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Much of our musings about whether a Donald Trump presidency would be good or bad for the solar industry fell back on the “he’s a business man, so maybe he will see the positive business case and job creation story to be told shifting to solar technology.” Well, today, theRead More
We’ve run a decent amount of commentary and speculation on what Trump means for the solar industry, and two weeks in, the only thing that’s for sure is nothing is for sure — but he does seem to be following through on every single campaign promise, even the ones weRead More
Tyler Clevenger and Daniel Melling from the World Resources Institute sent over the following charts, and we thought they were interesting, so we are sharing them with all of you. You can visit the WRI blog here. “I love charts! I love charts!” Trump exalted back in August, to aRead More
The following is an article from the Jan/Feb 2017 edition of Solar Builder magazine. Are you a subscriber? Get your FREE print subscription to pass around the office, or save a tree and sign up for the digital edition. Also free. Ever since the results of Nov. 8, there hasRead More
On the campaign trail, Donald Trump made it clear that he favored coal and natural gas, wanted to kill energy regulations, and that he thought wind and solar power were too expensive. In fact, at a May 2016 press conference Trump said, “I know a lot about solar, the problemRead More