The 11/13/13 #SolarChat, entitled “Shining a Solar Marketing Light on Women,” was one for the records. Could this be the turning point for our industry in terms of how we think about marketing solar?
The 10th Solar Power International brings light to the “Windy City” and with it, days 1 and 2 packed with power!
First Ever Solar Industry Survey Gives Women Homeowners and Moms Opportunity to Voice Their Solar Marketing Preferences
Solar industry women, mom bloggers, and female brand enthusiasts join together to promote “Shining a Solar Marketing Light on Women.”
The September 18th session of #SolarChat — the 40th since its inception! — served as a pre-show sneak peek at Solar Power International 2013 (SPICon), the solar industry’s most comprehensive educational conference and product exhibition.
The 8/14/13 #SolarChat was inspired by IREC’s newly released, annual U.S. Solar Market Trends Report. Here are some highlights.
The July 17th session of #SolarChat focused on community solar. Here are some highlights.
The 6/13/13 #SolarChat focused on Solar Energy Storage and Emergency Preparedness.
#SolarChat friend and participant Rhone Resch, the president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industry Association, was recently a guest speaker on NPR’s Diane Rehm Show speaking about America’s Energy…read more +
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EcoOutfitters.net’s May 8, 2013 #SolarChat discussion was an engaging, lively one that featured some esteemed panelists and their insight on democracy, politics, and the role it plays in shaping the solar industry. Here are some highlights…
When The Christian Science Monitor reporter David J. Unger contacted me to discuss how my home’s solar PV system was affected by Sandy, I was more than happy to share my story as I am sure it is not unique.
It’s hard to believe but today marks six months since Super Storm Sandy….